Monthly Archives: August 2011

Why Must The Equation Of Supply + Demand Always = Greed,

Something has been on my mind for a long time and when that happens you know that I feel compelled to share it with you, so here goes.  Can someone tell me why does the equation of, supply + demand = … Continue reading

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Canada What Will It Take To Open Up Your Eyes?

I think that for the first time in Canadian history, Canada has a Prime Minister that does not care about anything, or anybody. I think that this is the first time that Canada has a Prime Minister in power that does not have a conscience. I think that this is the first time that Canada has a Prime Minister that does not care about personal wealth or the wealth of his citizens, because all of his interests are in having and acquiring more power. Continue reading

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Jack Layton / A Canadian Who Cared / Dead At 61

I like most of Canadians were so worried about how he was going to pay for things that we did not vote for the only politician that said we had a right to them and that said that he was going to give them to us. It was not Jack Layton’s fault that we could not or would not accept the offer of help it is our own and we missed a chance for change. I hope that my mind, eyes, ears and heart are a little more open the next time.

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Running Montreal, Quebec’s, St. Lawrence River Rapids In A Kayak

It is funny you can visit a place a thousand times see and read about the history of a place and when you see something like a kayaker alone near the rapids you forget what you learned and read. I had read a thousand times about the First Nations People of Canada braving the rapids where they could in their canoes, but all this slipped my mind as I watched this man out in the white water with his kayak paddling and going nowhere. Continue reading

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Tony Clement Took 50 Million Dollars From Border Security And Vic Toews Says Nothing

This is a story of a guy who barely was able to win his riding, before he gave the people in his riding close to 50 million dollars in tax payer monies.

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Perimiter Security Agreement Means Less Privacy For Canadians

I think I would rather live with the possibility of another 9/11 then live with no rights under the law waiting for an attack that may never come and that even the Secretary of the Homeland Security Department, Janet Nopolitano says is not likely to happen.

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How Far Back Do I Remember, What Do I Remember And Why?

I remember always being afraid to look the wrong way, say the wrong thing, or do something that would get me into trouble. As far back as I can remember, I knew it was trouble to ask why, or to question what you were told to do. As far back as I remember I always felt alone even when standing in the middle of a crowded room. Continue reading

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