I came out in March 2020. Since then, I’ve had a chance to reflect on my newly found queerness.
Conservative politicians cut taxes so they can give their rich donors more money. After all, taxes are applied to profits, not revenue, and lower taxes means more profits. But that doesn’t sell well with the public, so they tell us that low taxes creates jobs. Except tax cuts don’t create jobs. Let me explain. Companies […]
I used to be proud of being Canadian, but now I think the concept makes no sense.
I’ve been out of the closet for a couple of years now, and there are some things I have to say about that metaphor.
It’s not race that determines how people are treated. It’s racism.
One of the most common responses I get from people when I talk about business owners stealing worker wages to accumulate wealth—particularly billionaires—is that the business’s success is reliant on the owner, that they built the company, and their efforts should be rewarded, even if it’s exorbitantly. Let’s explore this. For the purposes of illustration, […]
I don’t consume drugs, but I support freedom and protection for those who do.
Until that changes, it’ll be a challenge to reduce Alberta’s energy consumption, and by extension, its emissions.
The main difference between a service performed by the public sector and the same service performed by the private sector is that the latter must generate a profit. That profit has 2 financial effects: it drives up prices or it drives down quality, which the purpose of either is to increase the profits generated. And […]
Often when I use the word homophobia—especially in spaces that aren’t exclusively leftist—someone challenges my usage, saying that it isn’t an accurate term, that it isn’t a true fear. Except I argue that the word homophobia actually does describe a real fear. People who express (or even feel) homophobia are afraid of what the presence […]