Author Archives: wunbun12

PLACE IN FAMILY MATTERS

THE CONTRARIAN Try this. In a group, make the statement that place in family matters.  If you then say oldest’s are bossy, want to be in charge and assume they know best, the oldest’s in the group will nod affirmatively, … Continue reading

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Doug Casey on the Plague of Cultural Marxists

  THE CONTRARIAN   — Doug Casey is one of my favourite modern writers, he is an extreme Libertarian, but his ideas are always interesting. Here is some excerpts from an interview with him back in 2017 Nick Giambruno: What exactly … Continue reading

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Chicken and Eggs

THE CONTRARIAN  —  Being my face is behind a table at every local Farmers Market, I get asked some pointed questions, like the guy who said “Show me how local eggs are worth any more than the store ones.” First … Continue reading

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POLICE SERVICE

THE CONTRARIAN I failed in my duty when I was about 4 years old. My two year old sister disappeared while I was not paying attention.  After frantically running around looking for her, I had to own up and wake … Continue reading

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NORTHERN MUNICIPALITIES

THE CONTRARIAN This is to expand on a previous column in which I argued that the drafters of British North America Act forgot about municipal governments, so municipalities in Canada are weak, totally wards of the provinces. But cut the … Continue reading

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MONUMENT TO SONS OF MARTHA

THE CONTRARIAN Part 1, Last spike at Feist Lake A railway track is held in place by spikes, large, square nails with a large head that overlaps the rail flange so the rail can expand and contract but not be … Continue reading

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Decision Fatigue: Why Humans Follow the Herd

THE CONTRARIAN     Don’t know where I got this from, but it is a very interesting point of view.   Levitt and Dubner (authors of book “Freakonomics” chronicle the results of a survey about conserving energy. Why did Californians do it? … Continue reading

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