Recent story in Huffington Post–CP | By Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press
OTTAWA – Information-sharing measures in proposed anti-terrorism legislation are so broadly worded they would allow the government to spy on its political foes, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair says.
Mulcair took . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Mulcair: Anti-Terrorism Bill’s Wording Makes It Easier For Government To Spy On Foes
Kirby Ferguson, who made the highly enjoyable “Everything is a remix” web documentary, has a new project out, which may be of interest to all you paranoid groovy people. You can just go sign up for the series here. Assuming … Continue reading →
Close your eyes, and conjure up a mental image of the stereotype of the Ugly American.
Willfully ignorant of customs and countries that lie beyond the border of the US -of- A.
Rabidly proselytizing the gospel of liberty, freedom and patriotism bestowed unto their nation via God and gun.
A walking caricature of . . . → Read More: Politics, Re-Spun: America the Not-So-Beautiful: God Shat His Grace On Thee
Yesterday, I attended a talk here in Vancouver by author and activist Yves Engler, promoting his latest book The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper’s Foreign Policy. While the talk was very informative, most of the entertainment came during the question-and-answer session … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Song of the Watermelon: False Flags and Vapour Trails: Reflections on Conspiracy Theory
WTF does not even begin to convey my complete and utter shock and disgust…
Today, in the House of Commons, during Question Period, the interim leader of the Liberal Party of Canada asked the Prime Minister about Canada’s fixed election date (known as #elxn42 to the #cdnpoli Twitterati), the legislation that created it, whether or . . . → Read More: somecanuckchick dot com: Fixed Election Date #FAIL