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The World – Freedom’s Just Another Word For Nothing Left To Take

Freedom’s just another word for nothin’ left to lose Nothin’ ain’t worth nothin’ but it’s free – Me and Bobby McGee The full ABC News interview with the producer of the film Vaxxed.  Is it an ant-vaccination film?  The producer says no.  Its a film that investigated the CDC manipulation of data in certain studies […]

Thunder Bay – Finger Pointing

I see young First Nations people drinking around the north core once or twice a week.  Pedestrian overpass or McVickar Creek.  You would think, that with this inquiry going on, that someone might give a shit but it appears to me that nobody has.  This is all one big joke. It looks to me that […]

Canada – BPA Still Found In Canned Goods

BPA still found in canned goods…FYI

Thunder Bay - Do Smokers Have Civic Pride?

Thunder Bay – Do Smokers Have Civic Pride?

“If we have a beautiful city that’s clean, green and filled with civic pride, people and businesses are going to want to come here” – Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs, Chronicle Journal Apparently, Thunder Bay  smokers do not agree with our mayor.  Cigarette smokers do not have civic pride.  They consider the city as their […]

The World – Has Monsanto Totally Screwed Our Planet?

Has Monsanto totally screwed our planet?   Is our food supply totally fucked?  It sure looks like it to me.   Can it be saved?  Not if the corporations have their way. A study has revealed that 10 popular California wines contain traces of the toxic herbicide glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s weed-killer Roundup. Even […]

Thunder Bay – $100,000/Year is Waaaay More Than I Ever Earned

An editorial in today’s Chronicle Journal points out that, to most people, an annual salary of $100,000 is something they can only dream of earning.  Even half of that is still more than many families in Thunder Bay earn.  In fact, half of that is still more than the average Ontarian earns. Because of that […]

The World – Astroturf And The Manipulation Of Media Messages

Wikipedia and Astroturf? What do they have in common? More than you ever thought. I guess Wikipedia is now off of my list of reference sources. Here is a TEDx talk by former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson about how the media is manipulated by Astroturf.  Yes, Astroturf.  More proof that you cannot believe anything that […]

The World – Syrian War Descends into Deadly Farce

You just can’t make this stuff up.  Two Syrian militia groups, one armed by the CIA and one armed by the Pentagon are fighting one another.  Yup. US taxpayer-supplied weapons pointed at each other.  You knew it was going happen eventually, with the US supplying arms to any Syrian opposition group with a pulse. From […]

Thunder Bay - Pedestrian Crossovers

Thunder Bay – Pedestrian Crossovers

Pedestrians Fight Back An excerpt from an article from Tbnewswatch … High Street collision that injured woman and dog leads to crosswalk petition An auto-pedestrian collision that injured a woman and her dog has renewed a push from Hillcrest Park area residents for the city to install pedestrian traffic control. Currently, there is no controlled […]

The World – Boycotts Work. Here Is Proof

Apparently, economic boycotts work. Just threatening an economic boycott works.  Here is the latest example.. Georgia governor vetoes ‘religious freedom’ bill criticized as LGBT discrimination Georgia’s term-limited Gov. Nathan Deal took a stand against his own party and averted threatened boycotts by major corporations on Monday by announcing his veto of a “religious freedom” bill […]