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The Supreme Court gives away BC and the 5th Estate barely utters a word of protest
The 5th estate in Canada has a lot to answer for. A little more than two months ago the 9 idiots, then 8, laid the groundwork for all crown land in BC to be given away to single ethnic group. One immediate consequence is that the Feds ... [read more]
Ungood Photo Day: Steve Fonyo
Way back in April 1985 Steve Fonyo passed through Edmonton on his "Journey for Lives" across Canada to raise funds for cancer research. He stopped at the Colosseum and for some reason I was there - possibly a school field trip. Using my ... [read more]
FBI Upgrades Animal Cruelty to Major Felony
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation has reclassified animal cruelty to the ranks of major, Group A felonies such as murder, arson and assault. [read more]
Sometimes, I see something on the Internet, and it precisely captures what I am feeling
On the Stealth Front
China is about to respond to the proliferation of F-35 stealth light bombers in east Asia. [read more]
What Is It Going to Take?
What's it going to take for the Liberals and NDP to place the environment at the very top of their agenda? [read more]
Pass Rats vs Lab Rats
Star Creek Local resident Peter Dunbar in an article in the Crowsnest Voice takes issue with the University of Alberta’s (UofA) plan to mow down much of the forest in the Star Creek basin to do ‘research’. I’m a ‘Pass Rat’, not … Contin ... [read more]
As the horses are in the final turn.
This is stupid. The law has got to let us run a totalizator on the Toronto election. We could put it on the tote out at Woodbine when there are no ponies running. Punters could check the action on the 24-hour news channels. Here it is O ... [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Wednesday, October 1, 2014: The challenges of Luka Magnotta's 'not criminally responsible' defenceOntario Labour Ministry blitz finds 42% of companies with interns break ... [read more]
That Day in Math Class
One day in high school - or perhaps it was junior high - during one of those rare moments when the teacher was out and we were free to talk, my friend Keith engaged me in conversation. He talked for a few minutes and I listened and nodd ... [read more]
There's no better word to describe the chaos in Iraq and Syria than FUBAR.  If you don't know what it is, Google it. [read more]
Enough is enough
Wallace v. Crate's Marine Sales Ltd., 2014 ONCA 671: [read more]
Beer commercial. Watch it.
I have never heard of this beer. I don’t even know if it actually exists. But the guys and gals who came up with this ad? They are God. [read more]
How Did Canada Enlist in America's "Permanent Warfare Legion"?
I recently came across an article asking the reader to recall the world pre-9/11. [read more]
Washington, Kabul Kiss & Make Up. US Troops Stay in Afghanistan Until 2024.
Hamid Karzai talked tough about getting Western forces out of Afghanistan immediately if not sooner.   Afghanistan, however, is under new management that means America's longest war ever will be extended for another decade. [read more]
October 9. Miami's Day of Reckoning.
On October 9, the Earth, sun and moon will align just so to create a King Tide, the highest tides of the year.   In Miami, all eyes will be on the rising seas. [read more]
Living Planet Report 2014 - Biodiversity Body Blow
Forty years and counting.  That's how long mankind has been outpacing nature's replenishment rate of essential natural resources - water, biomass, the atmosphere.  For 40-years we've been running ecological deficits at a steadily increa ... [read more]
Likely voters, likely schmoters
I and others got burned in Ontario’s election, big time, when we started to believe in this “likely voter” category.  Right until election night on June 12, it made sense to me that “likely voters” are the demographic that we need to pa ... [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Tuesday, September 30, 2014: Toronto police officer rebuked by judge for fabricating evidenceMadoff son under scrutiny until day he died Lawyer admits records a ‘disaste ... [read more]
Look down: an example of brilliant advertising
Looking for war in all the wrong places.
In Orwell’s novel 1984, Big Brother’s regime uses never ending far away wars to control the population. He makes war a critical component in sustaining the totalitarian regime. War is to blame for the regime’s economic failures, the sho ... [read more]
Sue Ann Levy in her own words
She was going after Yours Truly on a local radio station this morning, I’m told. I won’t call her a member of the lunatic fringe, because that would be unfair to lunatics who live on the fringes. Instead, I’ll quote Her Craziness hersel ... [read more]
Some of the Things I learned at Home.
When I was a child, I used to love to make my dad’s lunch. He was a logger. I would line his lunchbox with a paper towel and write a message on it. “I love you”, “have a great day”. I would make him a couple of sandwiches, wrapped neatl ... [read more]
Best Lootcrate Ever
It also came with a tribble and a poster of Han Solo in carbonite. I can't decide what's coolest: the tribble, the retro Alien action figure, the Firefly currency, the vinyl Malcom Reynolds or the Empire Strikes Back meets Asteroids mag ... [read more]
In Tuesday’s Sun: Chickens R Us
What’s that old line? That “the better part of valour is discretion”? Something like that. The author of said line was William Shakespeare, naturally; Falstaff uttered it after pretending to be dead on the battlefield, in Henry IV. It r ... [read more]
Ezra's Apology, An Early Draft
Yesterday afternoon, we learned Brian Mulroney called Liberals to say Sun Media will apologize tomorrow for offensive rant by @ezralevant vs @JustinTrudeau. #cdnpoli — Robert Fife (@RobertFife) September 28, 2014Today it was announced ... [read more]
Heather Mallick Lowers the Boom
Is this blunt enough for you? [read more]
Listen Up. Does This Sound Familiar?
It seems to be an unavoidable part of neoliberalism - the sense of being ruled, not governed by consent.  It's the degradation of democracy, the detachment of the rulers from the ruled that is paralleled by the compression of the politi ... [read more]
Just Under 8 Inches an Hour
If you were looking at something moving at 8 inches an hour, you would notice that wouldn't you?  [read more]
Neoliberalism Has Made Us What We Are Today - And That Isn't Pretty
Neoliberalism is a social, political and economic model best suited to those with psychopathic personality traits. [read more]
R. v. Akana, 2009 NUCJ 18: [read more]
Women in Politics Brantford Conference Recap (with pictures)
On Friday, I had the privilege of being an accredited blogger/observer at a Women In Politics Conference in Brantford. Its goal was aimed at encouraging young women to run for office – whether that was federal, provincial or municipal. ... [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Monday, September 29, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Monday, September 29, 2014: California adopts 'yes means yes' bill aimed at reducing sexual assaultMurder trial of Luka Rocco Magnotta set to begin in Montreal on Monday ... [read more]
Three bears
A motion for non-suit may be denied where plaintiff self-represented even if it would be allowed were counsel acting
Luhowy v Government of Nunavut, 2013 NUCJ 21 [read more]
Barrie’s Brown hedges his bets.
While we have been known to refer to Barrie MP Patrick Brown as ‘that nebbish,’ his latest political ploy is the height of hypocrisy. He has good reason to worry about being elected in his new federal riding next year so he can at least ... [read more]
An apology to Justin Trudeau
I’m not a Sun News employee.  I just go over there to fight with their conservative employees, on-air.  So I can’t tell you if this Citizen report is true: On Sunday, CTV parliamentary bureau chief Robert Fife tweeted that former prime ... [read more]
#topoli is a sewer
Sun News Prepares To Grovel
RT @RobertFife: Brian Mulroney called Liberals to say Sun Media will apologize tomorrow for offensive rant by @ezralevant vs @JustinTrudeau — National Newswatch (@natnewswatch) September 28, 2014 If you're thinking WTF Brian Mulroney? [read more]
Next Year I'm Going
I thought about heading to the Edmonton Expo this weekend, but in the end inertia took hold and I stayed at home to read and play Civilization instead.. Sometimes you should leave the house, though, for by staying home I missed what sou ... [read more]
David Cameron's Women Problem
Why is it always the dweebs?  Conservative P.M. David Cameron's Minister for Civil Society (and Dick Pics), Brooks Newmark, has resigned in disgrace.   The Belgravia resident, father of five, was caught in a tabloid, social media sting. ... [read more]
Could Climate Change be Detroit's Salvation?
Will climate change be America's 21st century equivalent of William Tecumseh Sherman's "march to the sea"?  The Union general has a lasting place in infamy in the southern states for leading his army on a devastating march from Atlanta ... [read more]
Oh, Damn. The Word is Getting Out.
Don't believe a word of it.  Stay where you're at.  You really wouldn't like it here anyway, really. [read more]
Why Babel-on-the-Bay is cutting off the Greens.
It is supposed to be flattering that Babel-on-the-Bay receives so many news releases from so many sources every day. Some of them are interesting, a few are funny, some are useful, and most get a quick check and delete. It is with deep ... [read more]
Harper's small but important lie on Iraq
Harper got caught in a lie important enough that the US Secretary of Defence's office took the somewhat rare move of embarrassing Harper by telling everyone it was indeed a lie. [read more]
Eyes of Hitchcock
The Criterion Collection, every film lover's favourite publisher, just posted Eyes of Hitchcock, a short video that shows how effectively the master of suspense used the windows of the soul to tell his stories. It's well worth a watch, ... [read more]
But the Hair only came for dinner.
The last thing the Hair needed this week was another state dinner. The guy is going to finish up his imperial prime ministership next year weighing close to 300 pounds (136 kilograms). People are beginning to notice the way he is packin ... [read more]
Not Yet a Comeback — The Bitch Ain’t Back, Yet
Well, boys n girls, I think this is the longest I’ve been away from blogging. Other than the occasional tweet or Facebook posting of an article or picture of interest, and only recently, back to commenting on a few like minded blogs, I ... [read more]
Calandra's Apology
I was a little surprised by today's news that Parliamentary Secretary Paul Calandra had apologized for his behaviour in the House the other day. I am not surprised, sadly, but CBC's reports that Calandra's talking points had been arrang ... [read more]
Canada, Australia Denounced as "Axis of Carbon"
The high-carbon bromance between Stephen Harper and Tony Abbott has led Inside Climate News to brand the duo the "Axis of Carbon." [read more]
Hey, Think You're Resilient?
"Resilience."  It's the new climate change buzz word.  It applies to individuals, communities, institutions, and infrastructure. [read more]
Toronto update
Ford has cemented his place as the #2 candidate, and Ari Goldkind has managed to pick up the overwhelming majority of the remaining vote. [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Friday, September 26, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Friday, September 26, 2014: California bans prisons from sterilizing inmates without their consentCalvin Wank arrested for public indecency Eight hours of digging in the ... [read more]
Ello, I love you, let me jump in your game?
Why won’t anyone invite me to join?  I hate Facebook, too! [read more]
Who is this Sun Media boor Levant?
We hardly live a totally sheltered life here in Babel. Sun Media owns the only daily newspaper and the odd free copy takes about three minutes to thumb through and discard. We are supposed to get Sun News on our Bell Fibe television ser ... [read more]
Rumor: Harper To Bail On Failing Gov.
From Bourque: [read more]
Die Media Die: New Round Of Layoffs At Sun Media?
,,,at the Ottawa Sun, in specific: It pretty much leaves the cleaning staff to run the place, perhaps a precursor to selling or shutting down.  Pretty soon there won't be anything left for Justin to boycott. [read more]
Gasland Part II – Fracking Hell
Watched “Gasland Part II” [9/10] on HBO on demand, and it is something you have to see. The case it makes against fracking is a very strong one, and it shows the depths of corruption in the US system that has allowed the poisoning of wa ... [read more]
Mission to Gibbons
It took me about 35 minutes to drive there, and yet the video is only 22 seconds long. A math whiz could probably figure out my hypothetical speed if that 22 second video were real-time instead of time-lapse. Mike, Pete..?  Earl J. Woo ... [read more]
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