Social Justice is a grouping of words meant to sound like a Law. Justice is the application of Laws, whereas, Social is meant to apply to a collective or group, now called identity politics. Identity Politics is a political voting grouping tool, used to speak to a single group. Group identity politics is used by politicians, so they don't have to speak to individuals anymore.
While much has been made about the ‘resolution’ of the teachers’ job action in Ontario, most of the discussion has missed two fundamental aspects of the debate: school choice and unionization in the public sector. No long-term, lasting solution can be achieved if these two factors are ignored.
- By-Election Wrap Up
- The End of the Beginning Part 2
- Understanding the Foundations of the Teacher's Strike
- Unity in Our Roots
- Education: Is Anybody Taking Notes?
- Founding of the Libertarian Parties — By Jim McIntosh
- Libertarian Runs Against PC Leader
- The Deficit of Imagination — By Zork Hun