Pakistan Study by Ashton Deroy 2020 Loyalist College graduate.

By hadiqakhursheed on Fiverr. Pakistan is my birthplace, and this land has deep roots. I love little things about this country and
people. I know there are a lot of rumors about my country or you have listened to false news on
media. But the true colors of Pakistan represent a different image.Let us clear one thing – Pakistan is an unsafe country; this fact is nothing but

Green Party donation, Some closing remarks for 2 hours.

I hear people think people who support the Carbon Tax don’t really care about the environment. Well this voter family is going to tell you the reader definitively that we have Political discussions as an Egalitarianfamily. I consider myself a teacher, but I am a bit of a tyrant when it comes to using civility in the discussion. Again my Mom made me a traditionalist in that sense. 

Democracy, Politics is a conversation we are actively having every day. We are not defined by the party.

I have my faith, my moral system, and one hell of a Market Research brain. I will share who I am networking with out of my Social Media Marketing / Market Research adaptation of Socialism. However, I don’t think I am defined by the party. I am defined by my faith and ideology. 

To: Duncan Armstrong A case for Political Progressive reform. Pitch for the next lefty.

September 8th 2018. This man has captured the Progressive imaginations of the city of Quinte West. What happened though? Why didn’t he win? Why didn’t Quinte West get the Progressive reform it Desperately needs! 

Time for the truth from a History student at Trenton High with an Advertising Marketing Diploma from Loyalist College.

Quinte West, Smalltown unities against the big guys

“They underestimate us! The politicians, the Business people, and the Employers all ****** underestimate us! They think we are all dead beats on Welfare draining the system. We see the News idiots! We know about the Wealth gap, Call center practices of tyranny& a system where elites just totally disconnected from our everyday concerns.