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Authored by Matt Taibbi, excerpted from his serial book Hate Inc., The Iraq war faceplant damaged the reputation of the press. Russiagate just destroyed it… Note to readers: in light of news that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation is complete, I’m releasing this chapter of Hate Inc. early, with a few new details added up […]
Community organizations struggling to maintain enrollment Community organizations and fraternities across the country have been struggling to maintain enrollment numbers and in an effort to attract younger generations to compliment an aging membership, one local fraternity is laying out some new ideas on the table. “The whole idea is we are trying to get the […]
Yes, the world has gone crazy. Keep an eye out for references to Canada. This country is the worst. Bestiality is legal. Facts are hate speak.
I am a father. I do not menstruate. I do not have a vagina. The world has gone crazy.
Gave these crows some peanuts. They try to see how many they can carry. this one got two Looks like this one figured out how to get two as well. The most I have seen a crow carry at once was three This Blackfly vodka drink is popular in Thunder Bay Spent three hundred grand […]
Used to see this pure white pigeon down the street. Haven’t seen it around for a while. All these should be removed before it snows. Move them away from the streets and sidewalks. In the summer, they are decorative. In the winter, they are in the way. Nothing more depressing than pushing one of these […]
Suspect sought in Barb’s Laundromat armed robbery City police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect connected to a recent armed robbery. Thunder Bay Police were dispatched to Barb’s Laundromat in the 200 block of Algoma Street South just before 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 15. Police say investigators learned a male […]
“the use of science in guiding human affairs is always a political act” – Daniel Sarewitz We are constantly being told to trust the science. Science cannot be wrong. Can’t argue with science. Vaccines and climate change are two recent examples. How can you argue against science? Its definitive. Can’t be challenged. The problem is that […]
The moon. It was bigger than usual? Sunrise. One city department makes them. Another city department destroys them. A smoking spot Looks great. I am sure tourists love this sort of thing. Chop sticks Yup, you are in Thunder Bay. Home of alcoholics that litter. Never liked this beer. CJ trash One of my two […]
Andrew Coyne: It’s when you read details of media bailout that the chill sets in If you weren’t careful, you might have missed it: a brief 160-word item, tucked deep inside the budget, labelled Supporting Canadian Journalism. Mostly it was a rehash of the measures already announced in November’s Fall Economic Statement: a labour cost […]