First, I should probably state for the record that I’m not actually supposed to be writing about this. Or thinking about it, or about him. As my mentor said, some minds were never meant to be touched, and sometimes the fire is real. I am hoping that by writing about the question, I will never […]
Let’s start with international things first shall we? First, the Paris climate summit has just ended, with the various media outlets declaring it either a success or a failure. Frankly, I am waiting to see what happens when Mr. Trudeau manages to catch his breath for two seconds before I declare it either; however, here […]
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I really and honestly believe we as a nation need to have a discussion about dialogue and communications, particularly with the passing of Bill C-51. I have a lot of questions about that bill, particularly since it was written and passed apparently in conflict with the international http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/bill-c-51-not-in-keeping-with-canadas-international-obligations-un/article25642360/ policies regarding privacy and the right to […]
It occurred to me today that while everyone has been distracted by Kim Kardashian, they’ve missed a few… key details. Let’s see. First of all…. Edward Snowden is not a hero. I am not yet sure what he is. Revealing to the world the existence of the spy games under the Patriot Act didn’t surprise […]
I was able to confirm my suspicions that the Russians had EW aviation technology capable of jamming US naval cruisers. And that they have been working hand in pocket with the Chinese and the Iranians. (For those of us who live behind the wire, I’ve actually been nursing these suspicions since sometime last November; the news just finally caught up with my suppositions within the last week).