Category Archives: Politics

Sunrise, Suncor, Petro Canada

Today, June, 27, 2013; a BNN broadcaster informed me that Suncor was Canada’s biggest diversified energy company. And I  didn’t believe him. And many perhaps           weren’t paying attention, or many simply believed that Suncor is a Canadian company ( though … Continue reading

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“The Other”

 Two factions Both without privilege, Without hope; Without the means To comprehend the Calamity that engulfs them. Each believes the other is the blight that consumes them, The other that no mirror could conceive.

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The President’s Smile

When President Trump smiled at Mr Comey did he smile like this?

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A Recent Election In France

The lead up to the second round of voting in France’s election got a lot of attention on Toronto television. And today a caption on BNN, Canada’s business station, is saying that the Euro currency rose to celebrate the apparent … Continue reading

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Dianne Feinstein

“Feinstein on Trump: ‘I Think He’s Going to Get Himself Out’ Of Office” ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..Senator “Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) held a conference with several activists outside a Los Angeles home where she was attending a fundraiser yesterday, the Los Angeles Times reported.”

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Sweden

 I just picked this up from Drudge’s  other side of the news. It’s a brief article from something called HEATSTREET dated yesterday, Feb.19, 2017. “Looks Like Donald Trump Was Right About Sweden After All” I found it worth giving some … Continue reading

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Mr. Flynn, Russia & The President

Understanding why President Trump’s National Security  Adviser, Michael Flynn, resigned is still difficult to discern nearly a week after it happened. Most online media people say he resigned because he was talking to the Russians. During his press conference 3 … Continue reading

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