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Maybe if CSIS and the RCMP Weren't So Busy Spying on Environmentalists For Big Oil, They Could Do a Better Job on Domestic Terrorism.
To our prime minister's perverted mind, environmentalists are closet terrorists laying in wait to attack his pipelines if and when those ever get built. [read more]
If You've Got a Facebook Page
You might want to post this.  Anyone with daughters can appreciate this Lesley Gore classic from the Department of Peace: [read more]
INSURRECTION!! CHAOS!! CANADA UNDER SIEGE!! LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS!!!
By Canadian standards it was pretty exciting, enough to get the thickened blood of wintertime coursing through our veins. [read more]
Ottawa Attacked
A sad day of note in Canadian political history, as Parliament Hill was under gunfire today. A soldier was also shot at the nearby War Memorial. Putting the day’s events into perspective though, are Canadians less safe today because of ... [read more]
Outrageous ‘Income Inequality’ Killing Us All
Everyone but the top glass loses. “Inflation is an agent of poverty. It not only impacts the purchasing power of the lower income group, but also hits the financial capacity of the middle classes. High inflation destroys the wealth of … ... [read more]
Ottawa, right now
Here is an incredible video shot by Josh Wingrove of the Globe. It is looking down the Hall of Honour towards the library of Parliament. On either side of the hall are the rooms where MPs meet for caucus every Wednesday. [read more]
Checking back on the Morning Line for Toronto.
This is a repeat of Babel-on-the-Bay’s entry of September 4 this year. It has been an overly long and arduous municipal campaign for Toronto voters and candidates. As we always used to say to our campaign workers: Vote early…and often! ... [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Wednesday, October 22, 2014 How libel chill is quashing negative online reviewsPennsylvania Supreme Court suspends one of its own in porn scandal Suit claims NY law ... [read more]
If you guys don’t come to our show tonight, I’ll never talk to you again
Actually, wait. If you don’t come, I will talk at you incessantly, without pause. That will motivate you better, I suspect. [read more]
Police falsehood may lead to witness exclusion
For a statement by an accused to a person in authority to be admissible the statement must be voluntary. What if the police mislead an accused?  That may eliminate voluntariness. R v Arnakalla 2014 NUCJ 12: [read more]
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Shot on my Canon 70D using the blue filter thingy. I think it looks kind of cool.  Earl J. Woods is a professional writer based in Edmonton, Alberta. [read more]
Say What? How Bad Is It?
To quote Sverker Göransson, Sweden's top military commander, "it's fucked up." Referring to Sweden's so far fruitless search for a suspected Russian sub lurking somewhere around the islands off its capital,  he said, "This is very seri ... [read more]
SFH at the Garrison Wednesday night!
For Shift! For Chris Turner! For Evan Solomon! For civil liberties! [read more]
Pontifical Council to World Hindus - Globalization Sucks!
The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue has issued a heads up to world Hindus for Diwali, the Hindu Autumn festival of lights. [read more]
A Nation Awash in Pigs and Guns. What's the Problem?
How can a nation with a lunatic gun culture ever find itself at the mercy of pigs? [read more]
Dispossession by Negotiation - Harper's Approach to Native Land Rights
In what appears to be "Shame on You, Canada" Day, the Guardian has a damning piece on how the Harper regime is intent on severing Canada's First Nations from their rightful claims to ancestral lands. [read more]
The New Republic Slams Harper, Abbott and Canada's "Government of Thugs"
It's an American publication so you'll have to excuse the hyperbole.  The New Republic, in an article entitled, "These Two World Leaders are Laughing While the World Burns Up," obviously conflated Stephen Harper and his Australian ventr ... [read more]
On ISIS fight, Canadians are with Obama
So sayeth Abacus.  The polling firm didn’t ask, but I suspect that they would have found that Canadians don’t think the President is doing what he’s doing because of his ego, either. Libs, take note.   [read more]
New Political Party
According to Google Translate - my French is sub-par - "Forces" can be translated as Strength, Power, or Leverage. Democratie is, of course, Democracy. [read more]
Really, Is This a Good Idea?
Back in the days when General Motors ruled the world it was said that the business of America was business.   That's what came to mind on reading an item today about the US ordering more than a thousand Hellfire missiles on behalf of Sa ... [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Tuesday, October 21, 2014: Oscar Pistorius Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison in Killing of Girlfriend Negative online reviews led to threats of legal action from targeted b ... [read more]
We live in dangerous times
The murder of the CAF member in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu by an avowed ISIS sympathizer had political implications, and within minutes.  Yesterday, the Prime Minister stood in the House of Commons to speak about the terrible event – even ... [read more]
Harris helps harass the Hair.
Canada’s prime minister a.k.a. the Hair does not have a large number of friends. And that short list obviously does not include Canadian author and journalist Michael Harris. We hear that Harris’ newly published list of the Hair’s short ... [read more]
Tomorrow night! Shift! Chris Turner!
Evan Solomon will be there, and he may speak to you! [read more]
Mother and Cubs on Hudsons Bay
Silverlight Enterprise
I like the silvery sheen the lighting imbued to this tiny Enterprise toy. The model doesn't look nearly this metallic in the real world.  Earl J. Woods is a professional writer based in Edmonton, Alberta. [read more]
In Tuesday’s Sun: bookish
Politicians write books for different reasons. They write them to show that they are men and women of substance. They write them to demonstrate that they are brimming with ideas and character. They write them because they want to go abo ... [read more]
Tech on the Side: Apple numbers: languishing iPad sales a function ofthe phone subsidy model
The ability to make phone calls on a modern smartphone is now just one app among many. For most people it isn't even close to the most used app with Facebook, YouTube, messaging, games, and the like dominating usage. And it is also an a ... [read more]
Ukraine Election
After some consideration, I've decided to lead with the numbers, and explain them in the second half of the post. [read more]
Three amigos
Private prosecution maybe stayed without review save for proved abuse of process
R. v. Olumide, 2014 ONCA 712: [read more]
Start Thinking About the Next Society. This One Has About Had It.
I'm with Chris Hedges.  We are sorely in need of revolutionary change.  It's come to the point where we have to kick over the traces if we're to have any hope of reclaiming democracy and salvaging a liveable world for our grandchildren. [read more]
Enjoy the Autumn. Winter is Shaping Up to be a B
Climate change can be cool.  It can also be damned cold, icy and frigid.  You know, you easterners, the Polar Vortex you endured last year. [read more]
Harper's Experiment to Wrap Canadians in "Protective Stupidity" Mission Accomplished?
The Tyee's Murray Dobbins laments the success Stephen Harper has had, with the powerful support of a shamelessly collaborative media, at manipulating the Canadian public. [read more]
Scottish Fish Invented Sex
I'm not sure I can bear hearing that the Scottish invented both #curling AND #sex. http://t.co/n7AdaO9EcI #Scotland — Saskboy K. (@saskboy) October 20, 2014 Microbrachius dicki was the fish that realized it could use sex to reproduce. F ... [read more]
The Imperative of Revolt
I've been looking for a way out, an alternative.  I truly have.  Yet I'm becoming resigned to the idea that the future of our grandchildren cannot be entrusted to the existing political structure that currently suffocates Canadian socie ... [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Monday, October 20, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Monday, October 20, 2014: Magnotta trial hears testimony from Karla Homolka’s sister, who says convicted felon now living in QuebecMarriage equality legal in Alaska afte ... [read more]
ConCalls: Make The Documentary of #ElxnFraud in #cdnpoli
Alison at Creekside has a much better summary of what’s happening behind the scenes on the RoboCon movie than I could hope to write. Warning: If you keep reading though, you may feel the urge to spend $20 or more dollars toward exposing ... [read more]
Apishkaday: fundraiser for Aboriginal legal Services of Toronto
Toronto’s Future Isn’t Written Yet
If you make to the end of the Back to the Future movie trilogy, past the flying cars and cowboys the last scene has a sage bit of wisdom to help you get through life…and voting: Jennifer: I brought this note back from the future (about ... [read more]
New York Times on John Tory: “uniquely charmless,” “rich white man,” “entitled,” “old WASP elite”
Quote: “The two front-runners are Doug Ford — Rob’s brother — and John Tory, with Mr. Tory holding a narrow lead in recent polls. They have indulged in the uniquely charmless rhetoric of rich white men calling each other privileged.” An ... [read more]
Meaningless measuring for meaningless media.
When you take a poll to help sell newspapers, how serious can you be? Does the poll even matter if it restates the obvious? It is giving the entire business of polls a bad name. Take the Toronto Star. The Star hires Forum Research to ta ... [read more]
I Voted Out Of Fear Last Night
But I'm OK with it.  And I followed my usual tradition of supporting the person whose name most reminded me of a terrorist for Councillor.  So in that at least I remained true to my progressive roots. [read more]
Regina Loves Pits
We can’t have just one! [read more]
Regina Women’s History Month #womenhistory
October is Women’s History Month. This year I was invited to the event at the Conexus Arts Centre, and I’d suggest you check it out next October. [read more]
The Long Road Home
Just some more experimentation with time-lapse on the iPhone and Magix video editing software.  Earl J. Woods is a professional writer based in Edmonton, Alberta. [read more]
Wednesday! SFH! Shift! Chris Turner!
We Dodged a Bullet - This Time.
The floundering of the Russian bulk carrier, Simushir, is bound to become some sort of benchmark for the debate over tanker safety off the British Columbia coast.  It shouldn't.  Here's why. [read more]
But Wait! Some Pundit Said Something About Gaffes!!!
Exclusive - While a general election must be held within a year, the Liberals Justin Trudeau continue to lead in voting intentions of Canadians. According to an EKOS survey CBC /, support for the Liberal Party of Canada are at 38.5%, mo ... [read more]
Justin’s book written by the choir.
Nobody expects that Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s puff piece that has just been published is actually written by him. It comes as a shock though when he describes the process as more like a choral arrangement. It sounds like a process ... [read more]
Jim Prentice: No Friend of Ordinary Folk
Snakes in Suits The other day I read where our new Premier Jim Prentice was lobbying the federal government to ease restrictions on the TFWP to make it easier for employers here in Alberta to continue to exploit foreign workers, … Conti ... [read more]
The First Place I Lived
Grandma's funeral service and internment happened today in Cranberry Portage. It was a lovely ceremony held in the school gymnasium where Hope (and Val) worked as cafeteria servers and custodians for a quarter-century, touching who know ... [read more]
We Haven't Had This Much Fun Since the Cold War
Sweden's armed forces are hunting for a mystery (i.e. Russian) submarine in waters off Stockholm. [read more]
ConCalls: Sona Sentencing Taking Too Long #RoboCon
Michael Sona has to wait until next month to find out how much time he’s spending in jail for being convicted of participating in a nefarious scheme to defraud Guelph voters of their votes. Crown says actions "damage public faith in the ... [read more]
This is war Ms. Wynne.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and her so-called Liberal Party are having a love in down in Windsor today. They had better enjoy that group hug inside because the town of Windsor is not feeling all that loving. And neither are a lot of ... [read more]
How Many More?
"our society seems to have lost its way" [read more]
Disaster Averted? Simushir Under Tow. Long Night of Westerlies Ahead.
The Canadian Coast Guard coastal patrol vessel, Gordon Reid, has the crippled Russian cargo ship, Simushir, under tow and is slowly taking the ship away from Moresby Island in Haida Gwaii. [read more]
Ship Adrift Off Haida Gwaii
A Russian container ship, said to be laden with oil, is adrift in gale force winds approximately 15 kms. off  Haida Gwaii in the vicinity of where Harper wants to ply the waters with supertankers full of bitumen. [read more]
Saskatoon Lockout of Transit Workers Was Illegal
Saskatoon’s civic politicians are responsible for a City Manager who lost the City a month of transit service, at a price of over $1,000,000. Time for a firing, and maybe a few Councillors and the Mayor will lose their seats next time. ... [read more]
One of You is Unhinged. Is It You or Is It Your Prime Minister?
How do you source your reality?  Do you discern it out of the best facts available or do you divine it out of your beliefs? [read more]
 
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