no internet??

NOO INTERNET?? WHATEVER SHALL WE DO??? 3/27/2016  0 Comments Nooo internet?? Whatever shall we dooo?? Both the left and the right claim the moral high ground as the libertarian scoffs at the mere concept of any grown adult being controlled by his nanny-state like some wayward brat. Meanwhile, national debts in most countries spiral space-ward in …

orlando

You're rolling down the highway.  Windows down, enjoying the smells and sights as the country flows by the darkened view of your tinted lenses.  Then, BOOM!  Tire blown, you're busy, fighting the wheel, finally bringing your finely crafted machinery to a halt in a cloud of dust and smoking hot rubber. Do you change all …

military aggression

Military aggression falsely hiding under the term "defence". What a laugh! As if I would defend my home by travelling to Bangkok and killing someone there. This is ridiculous, evil and needs to stop...Now! Many individuals have truly "paid the ultimate sacrifice" trying to stop military aggression. Martin Luther King, John F Kennedy, to name …

the enemy is fear

​Like Donald Trump and the CNN, fear and love cannot co-exist. In fact "perfect love drives out fear". Strangely, the opposite is also true: Perfect fear drives out love. And that is a big problem! When I camp out under the stars in the yukon, my food cache is placed some distance away so that …

oh cubanada

​In a discuss with a facebook friend the topic of left wing, right wing politics came up and to simplify and boil down my understanding of what a left winger is, i made the statement that left wingers are lazy and want everything for free and they want the rich to be taxed to pay …

those @#$$%% labellers

The left, the right, the gays, the straights, extremists of all stripes all have something in common, they've been labelled!Labels are a pretty useful thing.  They're useful for categorizing, for example, with your receipts so they can be more easily added up at tax time.  They're handy in the grocery store, helping us find the …

freedom chains

​According to Canada's debt clock, we've gallantly dipped into the national credit card for yet another 100 billion in the last year or so, bringing the national debt to 1.1 Trillion.  Of course, this would not include the personal debt of Canadians, which would add a few more thousand to the pile. Perhaps in response …