Many companies still going strong today were hugely involved with Nazi Germany. Some of course were incidental, while others had some very sinister connections.
Note: This is a rant. It is not meant to be offensive. Rather, food for thought for like-minded individuals concerned about the status quo. Get onboard, lets be the generation to create the glorious Commonwealth of Alberta together. It will be a...
Today, public discourse happens online. Blogs, article comments and social media are the new public gathering spaces. This can be called internet intellectual self-defense. The martial arts of ideas.
Ever got frustrated by someone packing a lot in an argument? You're not alone. Gish Gallop is a popular rhetorical tactic for certain groups of people. It's a sneaky way to win an argument. That is fi you can't spot it.
This article does not support any particular political view or party. However, I may bring up politicians and races but this will be for example only. Who you support is entirely up to you.
Come learn about strange coincidences in American Presidential History
Queen Elizabeth is the only ruler some people in Britain have known. The Palace has plans in place so the country will continue to run smoothly on the sad day when she dies.
How what you wear and the way you wear it is still a marker of your class.
Learn who really elects the President of the United States. How the Electoral College works, why the Electoral College is not fair, how electors are chosen, and how they do not have to vote according to the popular vote in their state.
"I'll say what I like. It's a free country". This has rather fallen out of fashion, to be replaced, in UK, with "I'm entitled to state my opinion", and in US, with "I'm only exercising my (Constitutional) right to free speech"