The World – Countdown To WW3 Continues/U.S. Tells EU What To Do

A pair of articles that are kind of related. They both have to do with natural gas. First, the war over a pipeline route from Qatar to Europe. The countdown to World War 3 continues. If US Plans A Terrorist False Flag Chemical Attack To Justify Bombing Syria, Russia Says It Will Respond Events in […]

The World – More On The Facebook Scandal

Facebook has been allowing access to their subscribers and their subscribers’ friends for years.  Its no secret. The Obama campaign received access to Facebook’s entire U.S. user database.  Access that his political opponents did not get. Soo is this considered collusion?  previous related posts here Facebook Advertisers Start Pulling Out

Thunder Bay – How Much Longer Until We See Gangs Of Vigilantes?

Charge withdrawn in fatal Thunder Bay collision The Crown has withdrawn a Criminal Code charge that was laid by Ontario Provincial Police after a fatal collision in December 2016. Leonard Dick of Thunder Bay, 46, was charged in May 2017 with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death in connection with a three-vehicle collision […]

The World – Israeli Lobby In U.S. Want Al Jazeera To Bury Documentary

Qatar is under pressure to bury an undercover Al Jazeera documentary that exposes the Israel Lobby in the US. Asa Winstanley of the Electronic Intifada says the film’s key revelations include the close cooperation between the neocon Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and the Israeli government Imagine if this was Russia that was pulling […]

Ontario – Why Does The Wynne Government Have Anything Left To Promise? They Are The Government.

Wynne to join provincial and federal ministers for significant announcement Premier Kathleen Wynne is scheduled to join Ontario Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault and federal Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott in Thunder Bay on Thursday to make what is described as a significant announcement. The premier’s office confirmed her visit to Thunder Bay in an itinerary […]

Thunder Bay – Transport Canada Agrees To Meeting On Harbour Mercury

Transport Canada agrees to meeting on harbour mercury The intervention of Thunder Bay-Superior North MP Patty Hajdu seems to have raised the profile in Ottawa of a pollution issue in Thunder Bay harbour. Jim Bailey, coordinator of the Thunder Bay and area Remedial Action Plan, has received word that Transport Canada representatives are prepared to […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

The DSSAB apartment complex that is under construction at the corner of Cornwall and Algoma Streets.  All winter, work has been going on inside.  I imagine outside work will start soon. Obligatory shopping cart photo. Crack in new parking lot that was built at the south end of Marina Park is getting longer. The crack […]

The World – The End Of Facebook? Is This The Beginning Of The End Of A Free Social Media As We Know It?

Why is the mainstream media trying to bury social media? Why all the censorship of the conservative point of view? Is it because Hilary lost and Donald won?  Is it because social media is now turning against the mainstream media and the establishment? Is it because the establishment has lost control of social media?  Yes.  […]

Thunder Bay - First Photo Of Spring 2018

Thunder Bay – First Photo Of Spring 2018

Taken at 12:15 pm EDT.  First photo of spring. Nothing fancy but this is where I was.

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

More dog owners that believe everywhere they go is a leash-free park. Don’t see an icebreaker out there. Obligatory lighthouse photo Not sure how much longer the fountain/rink will be covered with ice.  Sunday was supposed to be the last day, but as of now, the plant is still pumping refrigerant through the pipes. How […]