In order for you to have a valid argument to make on covid19 countermeasures, you first have to accept that covid19 is real and deadly; that it's a dangerous pandemic that must be met with all available measures to mitigate loss of life as best we know how. Because for you do deny the science … Continue reading Criticizing covid19 countermeasures should have a test applied
There seems to be a rush to claim credit for a program nobody can figure out how its paid for or who's jurisdiction it is. If you came to me for that answer, sorry, I don't have it. But what I do have is an idea that might work - if politicians are ready to … Continue reading Paid sick leave isn’t urgent because its a contest to see who can deliver it first, its urgent because its necessary and right.
We have gone from zero to deploying millions of vaccines in a global pandemic in less than two years. Nobody assumed that everything would perfectly go to plan, nor that the plans were perfect. This has been quite a difficult journey and a lot of good people lost their lives as a result. But if … Continue reading The last mile is the hardest.
My name is Peter Kelly (he/him) and I have been a resident of Nanaimo since 1997. I’m a past president of the Nanaimo area ferry workers union, a single parent, concerned citizen and I offer my full support and endorsement of Lisa Marie Barron for the Federal NDP nomination for the seat of Nanaimo-Ladysmith. I … Continue reading Endorsement of Lisa Marie Barron
North Cowichan Deputy Mayor, and long time BC Liberal activist, Tek Manhas has some explaining to do.
Least of all, one that markets itself as left-of-centre. Today we're learning of the suspension of Jeremy Corbyn from the UK Labour Party caucus pending an investigation of his conduct regarding internal processes of handling incidents of antisemitism. I'm not going to pretend to be an expert on the internal mechanisms of the Labour Party … Continue reading Every party should root out bigots in their ranks
The new federal Green Party leader lost a byelection which was called before she was selected as leader - to replace the Liberal MP who was finance minister. As per party constitution, the NDP promptly selected a candidate, Brian Chang, a person who campaigned under the party banner in 2019 general election and finished a … Continue reading Green elitism on full display
It was inevitable that the BC Greens, mid leadership contest, would turn against themselves and what they signed up for by agreeing to the CASA deal that ousted the 16 year BC Liberal government in 2017. Where we're at is watching the Greens pick apart SiteC, the northern dam being constructed along the Peace River; … Continue reading Green leadership campaign brings out the odd
Between #defundpolice to cheering on the random vandalism against monuments and statues, the stupid-left is doing Trump's work for him. I'm not kidding either. #defundpolice I understood the #defundpolice 'movement' as a cry for help. A demand to rethink policing; in fact, several pundits have described this out well and its not an unreasonable idea … Continue reading The Stupid-left is gonna win this for Trump.
Do you know how narrative works? Because we're going to get a hard lesson in narrative. The George Lloyd murder and subsequent widespread protests against police brutality. For the record, I am in full support of all of these peaceful protests; but reject any and all violence and vandalism/looting. Two wrongs don't make a right. … Continue reading Sometimes the Left doesn’t need an opposition