Monthly Archives: December 2008

Year-end Tidbits

From reading our local papers this week, I see at least two stories worthy of comment: Adhoc Committee to be Developed Council in conjunction with Community Futures and the Chamber of Commerce has decided to establish a committee to deal … Continue reading

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Why Women Cry

Why Women Cry A little boy asked his mother, “Why are you crying?” “Because I’m a woman,” she told him. “I don’t understand,” he said. His Mom just hugged him and said, “And you never will.” Later the little boy … Continue reading

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Being ‘Red’ in a ‘Sea of Blue’

Darryl Raymaker Darryl Raymaker has some good readin’ if you’re interested. In reference to being ‘red’ in a ‘sea of blue’. I find many of his political views to be of a ‘kindred spirit’, and surprisingly, he is originally from the … Continue reading

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Are Canadian Gun Laws Killing us?

Canadian Gun Laws Interesting to note: If anyone has done a study on whether or not the RCMP and local police killing of civilians, has gone up or down since the implementation of the Canadian Gun Law, of a while … Continue reading

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Land of the Taser, Home of the Slave

Police State Today, my mind instead of humming Christmas music and being filled with the joys of the season, instead is dwelling on the fact that more and more we are living in a police state, and are being murdered … Continue reading

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Iraqi throws shoes at President Bush

Angry Iraqi Throws his Shoes at Bush They say this man will be going down in the history books as the worst President the US has ever had. Read a book a while back titled ‘The Bush Dyslexicon’ that sure … Continue reading

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Tidbits and stuff….

Hero Dog risks life to save dog hit by car Last night I watched something on TV that really moved me. It was about this dog that risked his own life in a valiant effort to save another dog, who … Continue reading

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Corporate Media

Corporate Media Propaganda It’s amazing! Corporate Media seems fixated on Dion’s video foible and the ‘supposed’ dissention within the coalition forces, as they have talked about nothing else since Harper’s dissolution of parliament. I got news for them, the history books … Continue reading

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Harper must go!

Laissez-Faire Laissez-faire was the table-thumping cry of monopolistic big business in the 1860s through the 1920s; overlapping the Populist era, but on the capitalist side… it means government abstention from interference with individual action, especially commercial action. But laissez-faire is … Continue reading

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Response from ‘another’ Coalition member

Response from ‘another’ Coalition member Dear Mr. Prince: In the last election Canadians indicated that they wanted Parliament to work. They wanted a Parliament that would ensure stability during this time of economic uncertainty. Canadians also said that they wanted … Continue reading

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