The World – Another Dodgy British Dossier: The Skripal Case

Things are starting to become clear in the UK’s Skripal poisoning case.  Its obvious now that the UK had no proof that the Russian Government has anything to do with the poisoning of the Skripals and THAT was a problem.  The UK needed evidence to convince its allies to support them. What to do? Another […]

Thunder Bay – War ON Pedestrians Continues

Transit driver charged after hitting teen pedestrian A Thunder Bay Transit driver has been charged with failing to yield to a pedestrian after making contact with a 17-year-old on the city’s south side. The Thunder Bay Police Service announced the Highway Traffic Act charge against the driver Friday afternoon, hours after the teen was struck […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Someone ate their lunch/dinner/snack in the Pool 6 area One thing I see in Thunder Bay on a daily basis is plastic straws. Dozens a day laying on the ground. The City of Thunder Bay needs to ban them.  If our elected corporate whores had any guts, they would have done it already. The empty […]

Canada – Should Canada Ease Reliance On Foreign Oil? We Export The Stuff!

Grassroots Liberals split on push for Canada to ease reliance on foreign oil Energy independence policy among 30 resolutions up for debate at Halifax convention As the Liberal government deals with deep divisions over a western pipeline expansion, grassroots party members are pushing for a long-term vision that relies less on getting oil to market […]

Canada – What Turned Rachel Notley From Crusading Critic To Big Oil Crusader?

Elected corporate whores.  That is exactly what politicians are….especially once they have tasted power.  After that, all their attention turns to re-election.  Keeping power. Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. – Lord Acton Kevin Taft on what turned Rachel Notley from crusading critic to big oil crusader By Kevin Taft in Opinion, Energy, Politics | April 19th 2018 I […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Click on any image to enlarge Shows you how well our pigeons are fed here in Thunder Bay.  No birds are touching this grain…unless they know something about the grain we don’t.  Hmm……. Cleaning up the Tug Boat basin area. The area was used by the hotel construction operation as a laydown area.  Some of […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Another big tree bites the dust The broken pole mentioned in Tuesday’s post has been replaced. Tree shadows on cars More cracks in the asphalt of the new parking lot constructed at the south end of Marina Park, It was paved last year. Cracks running along asphalt seam. unless its trash from a restaurant. Then […]

The World – The Truth Stuns MSNBC Panel On Syria

Is the truth finally starting to see the light of day?  Nope.  War is too profitable. Endless war. Get used to it. Luckily Canada does not have much of a military left to send into war.

The World – U.S. Journalist Find No Evidence Of Chemical Use In Syria

Yes, its RT America but the reporter in Syria is an American representing the One America News Network. Even the most hardened skeptic has to believe this whole Syrian gas attack is a lie.  Not that it matters anymore as the US and its allied lapdogs UK and France have already bombed Syria. The Skripal […]

Canada – Texas Boardroom Sets Agenda For Justin Trudeau On Trans Mountain Pipeline

….Kinder Morgan fits a well-known model of Canadian resource development. Governments provide infrastructure so that foreign companies can ship out resources and profits, while paying little in provincial royalties or corporate taxes…. Texas boardroom sets agenda for Justin Trudeau on Trans Mountain pipeline Duncan Cameron, April 17, 2018 The Texas-based company Kinder Morgan — formerly […]