Peng Zhang on April 30th, 2011

This is just a prediction. Please don’t get too excited or upset. The sky is not going to fall. So, what is it based on? A huge percentage of traditionally liberal voters will flock to the NDP as their policies appeals to the young, the old, the immigrants, the middle class, and now the small [...]

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Peng Zhang on April 27th, 2011

This election is one that I thought I would just skip, thinking that no matter how I vote, I would be stuck with something that I don’t like – a vote for the conservatives? never, I hate a lot of their policies; a vote for the liberals? I dislike Michael Ignatiaf because he is a [...]

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Peng Zhang on November 5th, 2010

In the past, in order to loot and plunder others’ wealth, you would have to send in the army and do some bloody work, and only if you wins. Today, if you issue the world’s reserve currency, you can do it without dropping a single bomb or setting a single boot on foreign soil. And [...]

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Peng Zhang on September 27th, 2010

I have had my fair share of riding in Toronto’s street cars, and while riding in them I used to wonder why the city leaders are not seeing there are so many things wrong with street cars and talk about eliminating them in favour of more efficient buses? Here are a few reasons why I [...]

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Peng Zhang on September 21st, 2010

A few months ago, as I waited in line to get out of a parking lot at an Environmental Day event in Scarborough, I thought I would never vote for this Rob Ford guy – his campaign workers were handing leaflets into cars and chitchatting with drivers and causing the cars behind to move slow [...]

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The liberals are screwed back by the other lesser opposition parties – payback time for when the liberals screwed the opposition coalition unilaterally. I have always voted liberal, but this liberal party has changed so much under a succession of fleeting leadership under Paul Martin, Stephane Dion and Michael Ignatieff. It is no longer my [...]

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