Some of the things I’ve liked about Donald Trump in addition to that snapshot of a friend and him I was shown up around Davisville and Toronto’s Yonge Street is that people hate or fear him, and that he rarely mentions the middle class, the class Karl Marx called the bourgeoisie. What I don’t like … More
This morning at about 9:00 am. on March 8, 2017; Women’s Day, I got on a TTC bus with 3 women to join 4 other women and one man. When I disembarked one more woman joined the 7 still riding.
I remember a confounding demonstration that Michael Moore presented in one of his documentaries to show how different societies provided health care. He seemed to walk up to a stranger’s front door on a Canadian street and unannounced open it, presumably something you could not do today in an American neighbourhood where doors are all … More Michael Moore was in the online news today.
Canada’s latest Liberal government minister on her way to discuss Canada’s international economic plight with the new American administration announced she’d be speaking for Canada’s middle class. Middle class, a vague sociological expression denoting a privileged group that everyone wants to be a member of, whose every effort seems motivated by a desire to be … More Stigma & Social Class
What’s been happening to us in the West is happening to both men and women. The better life style advertised by retailers who market imported consumables are doing so at the expense of people whose jobs they have exported or whose wages they keep low. Women in the families of those running those global entities … More The First…
I read an online article yesterday (August 22, 2016) that suggested that though Mr. Trump’s supporters have been identified as men who have lost jobs to current free trade arrangements, he is better received in areas where people are still working and have benefited from an improving economy. Those who one might have expected to … More Categorizing Voters