Category Archives: Food for Thought

Why hate?

Dr. Micheal Savage prescient work:  Stop Mass Hysteria gives us an understanding of just what is going on.  Here’s how he starts: “Hatred is the air.  We are living in the age of hate, in which mental pollution is worse … Continue reading

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Abusive patients: think about where accountability really lies

Think about the side-effects of pharmaceuticals, especially those that block dopamine. Think about the effects of hallway healthcare on a patient’s psyche. Think about the healthcare professionals who lack empathy. Think about the workload of healthcare professionals. Think about the … Continue reading

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Do you have common sense?

If you put your garbage to the curb not more than 24 hours before collection day, you may have common sense. If you use lawnmowers and other noisy tools, machinery in a residential neighbourhood on any day but Sunday, you … Continue reading

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Rain Man vs. reality, part 2

If “community living” agencies have the best interests of people with developmental disabilities in mind, when was the last time “community living” agencies provided the families/guardians of the people in their care: a physical report, including copies of medical tests … Continue reading

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Truth

You will get the unvarnished truth from entrenched instructors at liberal institutions of higher learning, especially those institutions that are hostile to the free thinkers in their midst. Er … won’t … you?   We appreciate your comments. Click here. … Continue reading

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Ontarians: feeling manipulated?

Premier Wynne’s constant concessions in the waning days of the Ontario election should give you a clue. Saying she won’t win tomorrow’s election shows she: doesn’t respect the voter doesn’t respect the election process doesn’t respect the Ontario Liberal Party … Continue reading

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Who decides an election?

Donors Newstainment Media Pollsters Special Interest Groups Voters Ontarians! Have you noticed that polling is still going on since 9th May when the writ was drawn up to mark the start of the official election campaign?  What are you going … Continue reading

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Me chooses

Me chooses to go to a bar or to a party. Me chooses to accept flirting directed at Me. Me chooses to go to a friend’s, associate’s or boss’ home. Me chooses to consume mind-altering substances. Me chooses to get … Continue reading

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Culpability

I work as a senior member of an organization. I am instructed by the leadership of the organization. I carry out the leadership’s direction. I adhere to the leadership’s goals. I am accused and found guilty of wrong doing in … Continue reading

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In 2018, “go placidly amid the noise & haste”

  “Go placidly amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible, without surrender, be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to … Continue reading

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