Tag Archives: middle-way

I’ve given it my all….

…. more than that I could not do. Some say don’t worry about winning or losing in this election; honouring your intentions and doing your absolute best is good enough. If it is true that the mayor and incumbents will … Continue reading

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Desperate times call for desperate measures

Q. What does that expression “Desperate times call for desperate measures” mean? A. It means that when people get into trouble, for example financial trouble, they may be “backed into a corner” and feel forced to do things they wouldn’t normally … Continue reading

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Going Backwards in Time

“I just want the community to go back to the way it was.” Really? The comment above in the title of this post is what I got from the gal cutting my hair today. She wants to go backwards in … Continue reading

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The best way out is always through

Available Options Disappointment is in the air. According to my blog here and talking with people around town there is nothing but disappointment with what we have to choose from in the coming election. What with most people not wanting … Continue reading

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Divide and Conquer…. I think not!

Divide and Conquer As a socio-political activist who religiously studies how governments interact with their citizens with respect to the sharing and (mis)use of power and having just finished reading another book on this subject by Noam Chomsky Understanding Power … Continue reading

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Poll closing shortly: landslide victory predicted

Poll Closing With less than 19 hours remaining until our poll on the left side-bar closes it looks like we can safely declare that John Prince will be the declared winner by a landslide: Here’s the results so far: New … Continue reading

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Middle-Way: a position between two extremes

…. we want and need, or not? Middle-Way The other day someone by way of comment said the following: Anyone have an idea how many people really read this blog. Are we peeing into the wind, and are most people … Continue reading

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The ‘Hijacking’ of our Municipality

It seems in recent weeks I’ve ruffled some feathers and interfered with the planned take-over or hijacking of our municipality by the Ratepayer Executive, and their mayor and councillors in waiting. Some of these people have been giving me sly … Continue reading

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Taking control of our community

Who’s in Control? Where are the Ratepayers? I thought the Ratepayer movement was going to collapse – and in fact, in my mind it has collapsed. And the reason it collapsed is it wasn’t based on anything: it was based … Continue reading

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Old school vs New school ‘duke it out’

Both schools duke it out Yesterday the gloves came off over Fire Department Insurance Rates with Dean Ward representing ‘old school’ taking an opposite position from ‘new school’ councillor Brian Gallant who miraculously has risen from the dead (must be … Continue reading

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