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Canada – Canada Pushes Trump’s Regime Change In Venezuela

Canada, chronic US ass-kisser and rule of law hypocrite, leads charge for regime (coup) change in Venezuela.  Why? Lima Group. Ever hear of it?  We created it.  Why? I guess if the Canadian opposition parties wanted to gain control of the government, all they have to do is boycott the election this fall.  Claim the […]

The World – Trump Regime Launches Coup In Venezuela

James interviews Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Liberty Report and Together they attempt to clarify exactly what is happening in Venezuela, why its happening and the names of everyone involved. Canada (the country that claims to honour the rule of law) is involved in attempted coup in another country.  The US, a government […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Cold day again. Not a great day for photography.  Just trying to get one interesting photo. Not much room on the sidewalk for pedestrians. Furnaces going full blast. More Chronicle Journal trash More Chronicle Journal trash Not sure when the docks are getting replaced.  I thought the work was going to be done over the […]

The World – Solar Opposites

The dirty little secret about solar power is that its pretty dirty technology. Manufacturing process is dirty. Disposing of used panels is dirty. Nothing green about solar.

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Worked on my star thing today. Cleaned the lens better. Another cold day. A little colder than yesterday. Took this photo again. Did a better job of cleaning my lens this time. what I took last time Sun shining through the wooden slats of whatever its called that is part of the “useless-as-tits-on-a-bull”  Celebration  Circle. […]

The World – The Exceptional Nation Asserts Its Exceptionalism

The Exceptional Nation Asserts Its Exceptionalism Washington has chosen a president for Venezuela. I wonder if Trump saw the black humor in doing to Maduro what the Democrats and presstitutes are doing to him. Few Latin American governments have ever had a government that represents the majority indigenous people or a president who was not of […]

Thunder Bay – City Has Played Taxpayers As Chumps

This from Letters to the Editor To the editor: It is all too apparent that the facelift to the city’s waterfront has come at a cost to the rest of Thunder Bay’s park infrastructure. Except for waterfront development, more than half of the city’s parks and recreation infrastructure has been reduced to very poor condition. […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Took a closer look at the shopping carts I pass every day.  Walmart.. Walmart Wholesale Club Safeway carts Walmart Walmart  Safeway, Metro, Walmart. Wholesale Club and???  As you can see, these have been here for quite a while. Estimated cost of $100 to $200 a cart, its a lot of money laying around that we […]

The World – Bombardier Train Car Woes Continue

Just when you thought things could not get worse for the company… NYC transit chief slams Bombardier, halts rail car deliveries over problems The head of the New York City Transit Authority and former chief executive at the Toronto Transit Commission says he is having “deja vu times two” with problems around trains from Bombardier […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Pretty cold but my camera did not seem to mind. Worked just fine. Battery lasted the whole time.  Anyway, I did take a few shots while I was out strolling around.. You know its cold out when you see the large exhaust clouds coming out of vehicles Nobody cares about it now. Clearing snowbanks on […]