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The process of commercializing Christmas is almost complete.
The colours red and green have now been so fully integrated into the holiday season that these colours instantly bring to mind easily recognizable advertising campaigns by companies such as Coca Cola.
This is exactly the kind of flourishing business that is to be encouraged around the holidays. Coca Cola is on the track to success. I give them a score of 86 per cent in utilizing the Christmas holiday for business purposes, just above Duracell batteries, with a score of 82 per cent. …
The term “conspiracy theory” carries a negative stigma and creates a cloud of doubt that is destined to strain the understanding of any such subsequent theory identified with this title. I think another term should be employed here to describe political events: propaganda. Propaganda too carries a stigma, but I would use it here in its most basic interpretation. I would define propaganda as the particular doctrines or principles propagated by an organization or movement.
Prior to WWII, the term “propaganda” was regarded with a neutral tone. Only since its …
It should be stated at the outset that this is a huge and highly convoluted issue. It deals in monetary amounts, in numbers that are virtually inconceivable, and involves thousands of pieces of compounding legislature that span over three centuries. It is a little bit like delving into the rabbit hole with this one: the deeper you go, the more ridiculous it seems.
The U.S. government shut down recently when its national debt hit its “ceiling,” and was then legally barred from borrowing extra money to finance its debt. The debt …
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Nostalgia is poisonous. Anyone who thinks the past is an improvement on the present is engaging in a psychologically flawed activity. Nothing in the past can escape the bias of your own memory, and having nostalgia for anything earlier than the 80s really spits in the face of any minority. It’s funny how only white people like to ask each other the hypothetical question, “During what era would you love to have grown up?” Ask that question to any historically disadvantaged people and see what kind of looks you get.
By Carol Williams and Don Gill
From October 29 to November 1, the university community was subjected to a visual spectacle staged by an entity called the Centre for Canadian Bioethical Reform (CCBR). Headed by Stephanie Grey who launched her pro-life career at UBC, the CCBR is a subsidiary of the California-based Centre for Bioethical Reform (CBR). CBR uses College Campus Outreach programs to recruit and train students to promote its message. They supply displays of extremely graphic images through what it terms its “Genocide Awareness Project” (GAP) as well as …