Modern Day Pioneer Woman
In the last 50 years prepackaged cleaning products have become the norm in the majority of households. Most cleaning products are infused with the scents of mountain breeze, after the rain, crisp linen and fresh. "Fresh" what? I am not sure, but Lysol has a product line dedicated to it, including the disinfectant aerosol can for the baby's room! Do you need to express yourself and discover new joys? Perhaps some fragrance boosters to "Stimulate your life and infuse your laundry with these soothing aromas." For all these wonderful and grand products we get to have toxic substances purposely added to our cleaning supplies. [ Read Full ]
2784 views since Dec. 23rd, 2014
AFT to the Rescue
When I am having a rough day, I will watch the Action Figure Therapy comedy web series. While I laugh my ass off at the AFT content, they also bring awareness to some of the issues military personal and veterans are facing. This is some of the best content I have seen in awhile and they deserve to be recognized. [ Read Full ]
3035 views since Sep. 4th, 2014
Militarization of America's Police Force
While the debate is ongoing about the militarization of the police, the U.S.President has ordered a program review enabling law enforcement to purchase military equipment. Yet, Canadian Department of National Defence is equipping police forces across the nation with military equipment, as it is necessary because they are facing "threats". [ Read Full ]
2636 views since Aug. 29th, 2014
The Revolution is Coming
The death of Mike Brown has set off a revolution for change. People are tired of the injustice of racial inequality, police brutality and inept leadership. Peaceful protestors have had their civil and constitutional rights violated while facing down tanks, amoured SWAT trucks, assault and sniper rifles, dogs, rubber bullets and have been tear gassed on a daily basis. If the President of the United States of America publicly admonishes the police brutality, things must in dire straits. "There is no excuse for police to use excessive force against peaceful protests, or to throw protestors in jail for lawfully exercising their First Amendment rights. And here, in the United States of America, police should not be bullying or arresting journalists who are just trying to do their jobs and report to the American people on what they see on the ground. Put simply, we all need to hold ourselves to a high standard, particularly those of us in positions of authority." When the police threaten to shoot the main stream media, you know shit has spiraled out of control. [ Read Full ]
2823 views since Aug. 19th, 2014
Can I Borrow That Bucket
The power of humanity can come in the smallest acts of kindness [ Read Full ]
2232 views since Aug. 1st, 2014
Judge Sets Precedent: When Pissed Off, Fist Fight
In the judicial system it is not uncommon to have incompetent lawyers and judges who think they are above the law. However, when they are in a courtroom flagrantly breaking the very laws they are sworn to uphold perhaps it is time to rethink who we want to make decisions over people's future. [ Read Full ]
2369 views since Jun. 3rd, 2014
Bathroom not included
Who builds a commercial airplane with no bathroom? An idiot [ Read Full ]
3008 views since May. 24th, 2014
RCMP Internal Study Highlights Corruption
When a private citizen speaks out about the abuse, systemic corruption and overt cover ups by law enforcement they are labelled as "anti police". It bewilders me that people will blindly accept police officers are inherently good and any action taken against a "suspect" was justified. If the officers themselves become criminals, they are regarded as being bad apples among a police force that is honest and good. However, the "bad apples" must be running rampant, as an internal study dubbed Project Sanction was ordered. The RCMP wanted to ascertain if the corruption was an epidemic. [ Read Full ]
2874 views since May. 20th, 2014
CNN and the Indigenous Hatred
CNN has come out of it's bubble to report on something other than the Malaysia Airlines MH370 crash. They decided to cover Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and the scowling baby George as they took their first visit overseas. This has been one of the most uneventful trips with photo ops of baby play dates with commoners and rowing events, nothing spectacular or scandalous. [ Read Full ]
3011 views since Apr. 23rd, 2014
Battered Woman Found Not Guilty For Killing Her Husband As He Beat Her
The Cassandra Knott case will be historically relevant and not because of the verdict handed down in the second degree murder trial. The controversy surrounding this case is more about the benefits of cameras in a courtroom than it is about a battered woman who was defending herself against her abusive husband. [ Read Full ]
2746 views since Apr. 17th, 2014

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