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Drew replied to Cameron Mottus's discussion Freedom of Speech in Canada - Danish Cartoons of Muhammad in the group Canadian Atheists on Nexus
"Hi Sara. "While I think Levant is correct in the case of free speech and I don't think that his other positions should necessarily be used to reduce the correctness of this one position," Exactly. So credit where credit is…"
Oct 1, 2009
Sara replied to Cameron Mottus's discussion Freedom of Speech in Canada - Danish Cartoons of Muhammad in the group Canadian Atheists on Nexus
"While I think Levant is correct in the case of free speech and I don't think that his other positions should necessarily be used to reduce the correctness of this one position, I do think you're out of line stereo-typing the entire…"
Sep 30, 2009
Drew replied to Cameron Mottus's discussion Freedom of Speech in Canada - Danish Cartoons of Muhammad in the group Canadian Atheists on Nexus
"Well Glen, the only people standing up to the Cdn Human Rights Commissions were Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn. Nobody else had the balls to do so. The entire "left" in Canada not only joined the braying against these two, but didn't say…"
Sep 29, 2009
Drew replied to Cameron Mottus's discussion Freedom of Speech in Canada - Danish Cartoons of Muhammad in the group Canadian Atheists on Nexus
"Galen, your exactly the type of bigot that Murphy derides. Maybe you should re-read the article, because you're part of the problem, not part of the solution. Newsflash: not all atheists are fiscally and socially on the left, and neither are…"
May 14, 2009
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This group will do more than just pick apart biblical errors and contradictions. Let's closely examine the Bible and Qur'an. Nothing is sacred; every prophecy, proverb, and parable deserves examination and critique.
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This is a group for anyone who is or ever has been in the military. And it has the longest name ever, just for search purposes. Be sure to sign up officially at MAAF Website.Also find us on Facebook and Twitter. The RSS Feed below is available at the MAAF Site.See More
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Freedom of Speach in Canada - Danish Cartoons of Muhammad

I went to Uni with Ezra Levant. He is a good man. He is a proponent of freedom which affects us all. It was interesting to see that he has been attacked so viciously for printing the famous Danish Cartoons of Muhammad. I am not a fan of Rex Murphy, but if he can support Ezra, we should all have a second look.So I ask, how can we have freedom of speech when we have to worry about government imposed persecution or radical muslims killing you?Web sites:…See More
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This is Cameron Mottus speaking...

Today has been a good day of reflection for me. I am happy with the results. Objectivism is truely a great framework to tackle the problems that life thoughs at you.I have just posted my first political comments on Facebook. I have not expressed my political and philisophical beliefs to my friends and family. I posted a link to Fitna, by…See More
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Today has been a good day of reflection for me. I am happy with the results. Objectivism is truely a great framework to tackle the problems that life thoughs at you.



I have just posted my first political comments on Facebook. I have not expressed my political and philisophical beliefs to my friends and family. I posted a link to Fitna, by… Continue

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At 7:02am on April 28, 2009, Clarence Dember said…
Ayn Rand's Ideas helped out a lot of thinking people!
At 6:11pm on April 5, 2009, cj the cynic said…
I've never seen a protest of a protest. I wish I had, though.

Yeah, the US is a crazy-religious place. The south is especially bad. I lived in the south for a while, and it was horrible. The kids there go to church every day right after school. Scary.
At 6:57pm on April 4, 2009, cj the cynic said…
I've been to mostly Iraq War protests. If you want to protest protesters, you should totally protest the "God Hates Fags" church protesters if they ever go to New Zealand. Now that would be fun =)
At 7:25pm on April 3, 2009, Elise robertson said…
That is really cool that u were a soldier! Was is hard work?
At 7:09pm on April 3, 2009, Jessica Renee said…
It is a sad thing that the kids dont try to hard. To me getting a good education even if it just meant getting past high school was very important. It bothers me that if you dont wanna finish school here that is OK. I like that in the states they had a curriculum that was required for you to do to get though school. My husband wishes he hadn't dropped some of the classes like history cause now he realized how interesting it was.

A friend of mine, he called himself a frost-back family was from Canada he was born in the states, had just gone to Canada for work and i believe hes somewhere in Edmonton. He never thought of him self as very American more like a Canadian and he had culture shock just going across the border. I grew up in a little town in California with about 95 people, its about 35 miles to Reno, NV.

Im looking for work but since I am not 100% qualified i have to finish my training as an electrical apprentice. so far no one wants to take on a half way finished apprentice...
At 6:00pm on April 3, 2009, Dean. said…
I have been the the Army for a year and a month, I'm a mortarman, and I really can't tell you anything beyond that.
At 4:59pm on April 3, 2009, Jessica Renee said…
my husband... first time i came over here to meet his parents. then i came back over her to live here.... man i miss the states, living on the south island is such a culture shock. i have been to Auckland once and i dont know if i liked it so much, but davenport i loved. hey since you have taught here i was wondering, i dont know how Canada's education system differs from the states, but how is it done here? do you get graded as you go like on home work? or is it just like the the grade matters at the end of the year? My husband hasn't explained it much to me but as far as i got i can understand the under achievement.
At 5:08am on April 3, 2009, Jessica Renee said…
Well i moved here first in 2003(decmeber) then i moved back to the states in 2005 and moved back in 2008(december)
At 9:00pm on April 2, 2009, Clarence Dember said…
Welcome Cameron.
On the Objectivists page you asked how other members became Objectivists. I became an Objectivist by first reading quite a bit. I came across some literature by a group called Neo Tech. They mentioned Ayn Rand as being a writer who promoted rationality and business capitalism which was not force backed but had on the merits of values and virtues; where one's life was a high value. After reading Many of Ayn Rands books and some by Leonard Peikoff, I stopped reading Neo Tech literature and focused on Objectivism more due to it's volitional and cognitive requirements on the practitioner.
At 1:53pm on April 1, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
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