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    English common law is the system of law based on the decision of courts of England without authority of written law but rather on customary usage by court. Common law as applied outside the England/”UK” has and is now making effort at assumption of jurisdiction over others and their lands by way of Her Britannic

  • Cars and weather

    Cars and weather0

    By Gary Farmer Traffic deaths surged last year as drivers racked up more miles behind the wheel than ever before, a result of an improved economy and lower gas prices, according to preliminary government data released Friday here in the U.S. That was the leading sentence in a LA Times story this week. I just

  • Aren’t There Two Teams Out There?

    Aren’t There Two Teams Out There?1

    The definition of racism within the Merriam-Webster Dictionary is: “poor treatment of or violence against people because of their race.” Now that’s a bit of a no-brainer isn’t it? It’s well agreed upon that everyone recognizes what racism is. Some sociologists even suggest that racism is taught generation to generation, almost like culture. But, the

  • On reconciliation time: why is Six Nations identity divided by corporations?

    On reconciliation time: why is Six Nations identity divided by corporations?0

    By Gary Farmer For years I thought, why do we have two postals codes — well, more like 5 postal codes — and two area codes and about twenty different phone exchanges like 445, 759, 752 etc. Why can’t Six Nations have one area code and one postal code? Our community would benefit in so

  • The Law of Mother Earth

    The Law of Mother Earth0

    by Gary Farmer Bolivia passes “Law of Mother Earth” which gives rights to our planet as a living system. The Law of Mother Earth (“Ley de Derechos de La Madre Tierra”) holds the land as sacred and holds it as a living system with rights to be protected from exploitation. This action in Bolivia started

  • Canadians obligated to support indigenous languages

    Canadians obligated to support indigenous languages1

    By Amos Keye Jr. and Dr. Carrie Dyck In Canada’s Indian Residential School system, the 53 Indigenous languages spoken in Canada were suppressed, even demonized, silencing the voices of well over seven generations of Indigenous humanity. In the words of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, “The intent … was to “kill the Indian in the