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Jason Thibeault

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Name: Jason Thibeault
Date registered: August 27, 2011
URL: http://freethoughtblogs.com/lousycanuck/

Biography

Name's Jason Thibeault. I'm an IT guy, skeptic, feminist, gamer and atheist, and love OSS, science of all stripes (especially space-related stuff), and debating on-line and off. I enjoy a good bit of whargarbl now and again, and will occasionally even seek it out. I am also apparently responsible for the death of common sense on the internet. My bad.

Latest posts

  1. The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – Conclusion — April 22, 2014
  2. The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – Chapter 2 — April 19, 2014
  3. The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – Chapter 1 — April 18, 2014
  4. The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – Introduction — April 17, 2014
  5. The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – cover — April 17, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. CONvergence: Rebecca Watson ruins everything — 508 comments
  2. If it smells like Funk, it must be astrology — 464 comments
  3. The web of trust: Why I believe Shermer’s accusers — 380 comments
  4. The campaign against Amy Davis Roth — 373 comments
  5. Santorum’s wife’s abortion was different, you see. — 370 comments

Author's posts listings

Apr 22 2014

The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – Conclusion

Tia Beaudoin, a recent Political Science Honours graduate at University of New Brunswick, has kindly offered her thesis as a series of guest blog posts on the subject of the abortion policy in NB, with particular regard to the laws that have resulted in abortion being virtually inaccessible for much of the Maritimes. As it’s …

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Apr 19 2014

The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – Chapter 2

Tia Beaudoin, a recent Political Science Honours graduate at University of New Brunswick, has kindly offered her thesis as a series of guest blog posts on the subject of the abortion policy in NB, with particular regard to the laws that have resulted in abortion being virtually inaccessible for much of the Maritimes. As it’s …

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Apr 18 2014

The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – Chapter 1

Tia Beaudoin, a recent Political Science Honours graduate at University of New Brunswick, has kindly offered her thesis as a series of guest blog posts on the subject of the abortion policy in NB, with particular regard to the laws that have resulted in abortion being virtually inaccessible for much of the Maritimes. As it’s …

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Apr 17 2014

The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – Introduction

Tia Beaudoin, a recent Political Science Honours graduate at University of New Brunswick, has kindly offered her thesis as a series of guest blog posts on the subject of the abortion policy in NB, with particular regard to the laws that have resulted in abortion being virtually inaccessible for much of the Maritimes. As it’s …

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Apr 17 2014

The Constitutionality of Abortion Policy in New Brunswick – cover

Tia Beaudoin, a recent Political Science Honours graduate at University of New Brunswick, has kindly offered her thesis as a series of guest blog posts on the subject of the abortion policy in NB, with particular regard to the laws that have resulted in abortion being virtually inaccessible for much of the Maritimes. As it’s …

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Apr 15 2014

Ania Bula needs your help to table at WiS3

Ania Bula and Alexander Gonzalez of Scribbles and Rants are doing a fundraiser to get to Women In Secularism 3. Well, they WERE, until some kind soul paid for their and Miranda’s tickets. Now Ania’s asking for help funding the fundraiser so she can table as well. Thanks to a generous donation, Alex, Miranda, and …

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Apr 11 2014

Dr Henry Morgentaler’s Legacy

I hail from New Brunswick originally. I left for university, and by the end of my degree, I had decided to remain. At the time, the government was growing more conservative, and one of their great bugaboos was the number of people moving out — their population was essentially in free-fall. Granted, the population wasn’t …

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Apr 08 2014

Mock The Movie: Battle Beyond the Stars transcript

I’m somewhat behind on everything after the effort put into Skeptech, and my days are going to be filled for the foreseeable future with fights against Heartbleed. So, no witticisms here. I’m kinda spent at the moment. I’ll get the transcripts and SRTs up on the page as soon as I can, I promise.

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Mar 25 2014

Radford / Stollznow defamation case: What we know and what we can infer or extrapolate reasonably

I’ve noticed a trend in amongst the so-called “skeptics” who have, from the get-go, denied every single claim of harassment in the community. That trend is denialism masquerading as skepticism, and a willingness to lie about who said what, when. That’s why I’ve been fighting that trend by building timelines. Someone needs to document what …

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Mar 23 2014

Did I just get a letter from President Obama?

A totes legit letter

Is this a real letter? You decide! All the evidence you need is right here in this very post!

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