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Federal election ’19 primer: Taxpayers can’t afford the CBC

Time for government to get out of businesses it has no business being in, or at the very least begin to shrink its role. The CBC must adapt a new funding model that includes, but not limited to: member station … Continue reading

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Federal election ’19 primer: Enough with polls!

Are you feeling used? Are you fed up with pollsters? Are you feeling manipulated? Do you think pollsters distort an election campaign? Do you think pollsters interfere with the flow of a campaign?? Do you think polls distract you from … Continue reading

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Popcorn Poppin’ Propaganda

The wacky world just got wackier; here’s some unwacky reality. Quick!  Cancel Neflix, HBO, Crave, Crackle or whatever streaming service(s) you use.  Cancel your Book of the Month subscription. All you need is a pair of rabbit ears for your … Continue reading

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Will city’s land purchase of 6719 acres fix current roads? Part 11

It’s eerie how so many cities continue to expand when current roads aren’t up to snuff. Speaking of eerie, Erie Ave., in Brantford, Ontario is one of them.   We appreciate your comments. Click here. Trumping Trudeau: How Donald Trump … Continue reading

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Federal election ’19 primer: Smelly Canada

You walk out of your house and there it is—putrid air. You walk in a park and there it is—putrid air. You walk down a street and there it is—putrid air. You’re relaxing in your backyard and there it is—putrid … Continue reading

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Will & responsibility

Were the ________ (insert applicable adjective: rich, famous and/or powerful) person’s girls or boys held at gun or knife point when with that person? Were the ________ person’s girls or boys shackled when with that person? Were the ________ person’s … Continue reading

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Federal election ’19 primer: Favourtism, breaking the law

Not a Leader “He trampled over the rule of law, in the LavScam scandal to save jobs (so Trudeau says) and Liberal seats in Quebec, but did nothing as thousands of Albertans lost their jobs.” https://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/opinion/letters/letters-to-the-editor-77   We appreciate your … Continue reading

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Safe insulin, food for all or a few?

If it’s unsafe, unhealthy it’s unsafe, unhealthy for everyone not just for those who can afford to pay extra for safe, healthy insulin, food and personal care products. Subpar ingredients or pesticide, herbicide and/or additive ladened ingredients are not frills. … Continue reading

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Federal election ’19 primer: Drag your feet & past the buck

Dealing with Beijing “Beijing has detained Canadian citizens in retaliation for the arrest of Huawei’s CFO in Vancouver on a U.S. extradition bid.  We (Canada) should request the U.S. to either speed up its extradition of her or kidnap her.” … Continue reading

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Hospital health care?

You change floors four (4) times over the course of a one week stay. You change hospitalists three (3) times during an eleven day stay. First, you are told you may have a hard copy of your test results, then … Continue reading

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