June 13, 2016 earlier this year television news reported that Ontario’s or Toronto’s sunshine list of employees earning one hundred thousand a year had increased by several thousand since last year despite Ontario’s efforts to limit wage growth. Lately, maybe because politicians on both sides of the Canada United States border sympathizing with the plight of the middle class, and dismissing “the working class” as reported in U.S., and Canada, I’ve begun thinking that maybe its the middle class and neither the working class nor the filthy rich like Mr. Trump and the Clintons who are responsible for the rise of haves and have-nots here in North America. … More Haves and Have Nots
After nearly 35 years of shunning its victims, homelessness in Toronto is becoming institutionalized as media tell of government fashioning quieter, more polite words to depict “street people”, of impending frost and the locations of warming centers and safe injection sites.
Political difference is rhetorical: when one says yes the other says no; so nothing changes.
Want to work in Hollywood? Here’s the kind of nondisclosure agreements you have to sign first LA Times October 31, 2017
So far only Canadian politicians and BNN journalists are wearing plastic poppies 12 days before the January 11 Remembrance Day that they represent.
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Just left Rush Limbaugh crowing on October 27, 2017 online over the false dossier and a headline he quotes saying the Russia-Trump probe is finished. But by Friday the evening of the 27 of October Mueller’s office announced grand jury indictments. Since then everything I’ve seen concerning the President seems a gleeful anticipation of the … More What a difference a few hours make.
Source: Peter Traynor & Robbie Robertson
“Is Liberalism a Dying Faith? — October 20, 2017″ I wonder if Mr. Buchanan is aware of Mr. Dangerfield’s book about the decline of liberalism in Victorian England called The Strange Death Of Liberal England?