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Before Arguing for Animal Rights, Learn What You’re Talking About

Before Arguing for Animal Rights, Learn What You’re Talking About

Recently the Truro Daily News published a piece that aims to ‘shed light’ on the issues of animal rights. It seems that radical Vegan movements that are most commonly found in larger cities has finally made its way to the more traditional landscape of Nova […]

The New Frontier: The Legality of Data-Sharing, Piracy, and the Threat of Cyber-Warfare

The New Frontier: The Legality of Data-Sharing, Piracy, and the Threat of Cyber-Warfare

The world we now live in is a world of data. Information is now a resource that is widely traded, sold, and according to some, exploited. Mixed views on data-sharing and data-mining have led to a world where the NSA can freely spy and look […]

Should There Be an International Form of Government?

Should There Be an International Form of Government?

The global form of government is anarchic and hectic by its very nature. Procedure and rules have been applied by arbitrary forces. The views of the strongest nations have impacted foreign policies, and remain the largest factor in determining the shaping of global order. Since, […]

‘Democratic’ Capitalism: Is Coca-Cola Our Government?

‘Democratic’ Capitalism: Is Coca-Cola Our Government?

Introduction The world is ever-changing. The fast foods you enjoy at home in North America can also be found in the midst of Tokyo, New York, and London. In this fast paced world we see that every day consumers are given more choices. But, these […]

Democracy and its Impact on the Internet

Democracy and its Impact on the Internet

While the use of Internet for strengthened Democracy has a long way to go, its benefits may far outweigh the negatives. Democracy is further progressed by a society that has access to information and is able to freely discuss politics and what decisions made by […]

Port Hawkesbury, “Opportunity Awaits” Those Who Leave

Port Hawkesbury, “Opportunity Awaits” Those Who Leave

Port Hawkesbury’s town council decided, despite public condemnation, to enact vendor prices that are the highest in the country. I am not shocked. I am not surprised. Why? Because this problem has not come out of thin air. It is merely the side-effect of roots […]

The Port Hawkesbury Council Reminds Me That Politics Transcends Borders and Power Levels

The Port Hawkesbury Council Reminds Me That Politics Transcends Borders and Power Levels

Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia is a quiet town near the edge of Cape Breton Island. Commerce, like many small towns across the US and Canada, is basically stagnant.   With the American election at the forefront of every discussion on the media I have had […]

Dear Port Hawkesbury Council: You Need To Quit

Dear Port Hawkesbury Council: You Need To Quit

I want to write something polite and respectful to the council of Port Hawkesbury. I want to write about how despite some bad proposals, the town really has been trying. I can’t. The town has been in rapid decline. I guess you could say that […]

Take us in, Joker. Fast and Quiet.

Take us in, Joker. Fast and Quiet.

When I first played Mass Effect it was out of curiosity. I never expected that it was going to play an important part in my psyche for years to come. No other game brings me back quite the same way that ass Effect does. Currently, […]

Cheating On The Horde

Cheating On The Horde

The last time I quit WoW, roughly a year ago, I swore it would be for good. Like I always do. Like most players always do. I never expected that when I came back I’d be opening myself up to a previously uncharted territory… the […]