Welcome back United States of America! Wow! As a Canadian, who has been glued to the television and watched so much of the election coverage and Obama election victory and now Obama’s Inauguration, I just have to say, Congratulations U.S.A!
“Green party leader Elizabeth May cast the federal campaign in apocalyptic terms Sunday, urging complacent Canadians to turn off CNN and tune in to the importance of their Canadian vote.” Geez, last election, were we all so busy watching CNN that we didn’t get out to vote? Huh? Eh?
CODEPINK , according to their mission statement, "is a women-initiated grassroots peace and social justice movement working to end the war in Iraq, stop new wars, and redirect our resources into healthcare, education and other life-affirming activities. We reject the Bush administration’s fear-based politics that justify violence, and instead calls for policies based on compassion, [...]
Open your heart. Open your mind. Open your spirit. Open the gift that your life is. Take each moment as it comes. Take each day as it comes. Know that what hurts you comes to help you heal. Know that what seems dark and impossible is actually just a temporary absence of light and endless [...]
The Province of Ontario, in Canada, held an election on Wednesday October 10th, 2007 to see who would form the next Provincial Government. The Liberals had been in power. Much went wrong in the last four years under the Liberal Government of Premier Dalton McGuinty. It looked to me like he’d be a sure bet [...]
I am a Canadian who longs for a restoration of sanity to the leadership of The United States of America. Let me make it clear, I am not against the U.S. just its current corrupt out-of-control Government. I recognize the mighty power of the United States to lead this world. But right now the Bush [...]
Do you remember when news was actually news? Do you remember what life was like before Western Culture’s fascination and obsession with the idea that celebrity “fluff stuff” is actually news? If you’re really young, ask your parents about the days before cable news and the internet.
Back then, in the good ‘ole days of media, before it routinely began to whore itself out to the highest paying “fluff stuff” the most often heard complaint was, “Why don’t they ever talk about some good news?”
Heavens, does society even long for good news anymore? I mean the more “fluff stuff” dirt on the latest celebrity (read human being with problems and pain) scandal is all the rage.