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“I am a Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.” ~~ John G. Diefenbaker

DAY SEVEN the week of January 27th to February 2nd



Another week has gone by, and a number of political stories have impacted all of us in ways we often times do not realize..  Here are just a few of the stories that have impacted us. 



#10  ROTHENBERGER: Elected leaders sometimes they pass the test sometimes they fail. Sometimes, too, vision is as much about saying no to something as saying yes




#9  FELDSTED: We could easily calculate a flat tax rate, that would produce tax revenue equal to those currently produced
http://acuriouslookatpoliticsinbc.blogspot.com/2019/02/feldsted-we-could-easily-calculate-flat.html
          



#8  FELDSTED: Tossing the core principles religious teachings, such as the commandments and deadly sins, in the trash bin was unwise
http://acuriouslookatpoliticsinbc.blogspot.com/2019/01/feldsted-tossing-core-principles.html
                            


#7 FELDSTED: Whenever someone claims that one size fits all, advice from government included, you will probably be disappointed. So, adopt the Canada food guide at your peril





#6  FORSETH: Former or current BC Liberal MLA’s who've sought nomination for a federal party.  The “List Of” former or current BC Liberal MLA’s who have sought nomination for a federal party



#5  FORSETH:  And while you may not experience mental illness first-hand, it is likely that you know someone who has or will have a mental illnesshttp://acuriouslookatpoliticsinbc.blogspot.com/2019/01/and-while-you-may-not-experience-mental.html                                     



#4  ALBAS: One of the concerns is that a new law in China requires any domestic firm (which could include Huawei) to assist the Chinese government when requested to do so
http://acuriouslookatpoliticsinbc.blogspot.com/2019/01/albas-one-of-concerns-is-that-new-law.html
                                     



#3  PETERSON: The government clearly wants to jam Bill C69 through the Senate before June and everything is put on hold before the October federal election
http://acuriouslookatpoliticsinbc.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-government-clearly-wants-to-jam.html
                            



#2  FORSETH: It’s time to have some fun with a little Friday Sing-Along special just for those of us in British Columbia
http://acuriouslookatpoliticsinbc.blogspot.com/2019/02/its-time-to-have-some-fun-with-little.html
                              




And the post which read by the most people this week?? …


#1  FORSETH: Soon, with that kind of airplay, those foreign funded, full-rime protesters, will be crying out for peace!
http://acuriouslookatpoliticsinbc.blogspot.com/2019/01/soon-with-that-kind-of-airplay-those.html


Thanks again to Dan Albas, John Feldsted, Frank Leonard, Rick Peterson for your insights … and all of you who occasionally provide occasional opinion pieces.  Your viewpoints are what makes this blog-site informative, and helps generate discussion.

And for those of you who are ready this, hopefully on a regular basis:

  1. please be encouraged to submit and ideas you may have for a piece we can run

  2. please share posts with friends and family you believe may be interested
     
  3. I’m at the end of research time with regards to #6 on this week’s list.  I am hoping to write an op / ed piece on this early in the week.  If you have any additional name to pass on, please send then to me as soon as possible to bcpoliandmore@gmail.com
  4. Last but not least, if you haven’t already, please follow me on Twitter at @AlanForseth



Enjoy the rest of your day … and have a great week ahead

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