American Politics · Philosophy · Politics · Postmodernism

The Postmodern Condition Part 1: The Dissolving of Knowledge

I have been using the term “postmodern” to describe what has been happening to American society and culture lately.  Indeed this postmodern transformation has been happening all over the globe and began further back than in Trump’s time, however right now America lends itself so well to a case study on postmodernism that I am… Continue reading The Postmodern Condition Part 1: The Dissolving of Knowledge

Democracy · Economy · Nova Scotia · Politics

Guest Post – Wild Fish, Monster Machines and the New Green Corporate State Economism: Part 1 – The Indignados

The following “rant” has been written by a friend of mine, a former journalist and professor of communications who wishes to remain anonymous, but who would also like to share some of the thoughts that have been rattling around in their head. Wild Fish, Monster Machines and the New Green Corporate State Economism: Part 1… Continue reading Guest Post – Wild Fish, Monster Machines and the New Green Corporate State Economism: Part 1 – The Indignados

autism · Education · Nova Scotia · Politics

Guest Post: Retired HRSB Autism Specialist Jan Keddy’s Letter to Minister Casey

Minister Karen Casey, Playing and Learning Together is a group of professionals and parents of children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) that has come together to create learning environments that are better suited to meet the needs of children and youth with ASD. As the founder and director of this organization, I am… Continue reading Guest Post: Retired HRSB Autism Specialist Jan Keddy’s Letter to Minister Casey