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Actions speak louder than words

At this point, I don't know if we stand a chance at fighting climate change and saving our planet, but I sure won't stop trying and pushing for it. Actions speak louder than words. If a government claims to be an ecologist, it can not encourage the oil companies to develop to infinity, yet that... Continue Reading →

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I stand behind Colin Kaepernick

I'm Canadian and I stand behind Colin Kaepernick. I don't understand why people are so mad about an individual taking a knee during the national anthem to protest the injustice associated with police brutality directed at black people. I'm really perplexed by the irony in this controversy. The flag of the United States of America... Continue Reading →

Bastille Day – The French National Holiday

Today, we join with France in celebrating Bastille Day to commemorate the Storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, sparked the French Revolution that led to the establishment of democracy in that nation. The Bastille was a medieval fortress-prison in Paris which held a large cache of ammunition and gunpowder. It also held political prisoners whose... Continue Reading →

World Refugee Day

June 20th is World Refugee Day. This year I find it's more important than ever to discuss this subject. With the horrors that is happening so close to home and the grumble about refugees locally. It's important to understand that with global warming, war, discrimination, unress and overpopulation, there will be more and more families... Continue Reading →

Bidhya Devi Bhandari, President

Today marks Bidhya Devi Bhandari 's birthday (June 29, 1961). I chose to write a blog about her because I think it's important that we know about women who have made a difference in the world. In 2015, Bidhya became the 1st woman President of Nepal. She has over 30 years of experience in politics.... Continue Reading →

Earth Day

When the world is your playground, you have to do your part to take care of it. We should never take more than we give. Climate change is not a lie created by the world's liberals to pick up taxpayers' money. Pointing at other countries and pointing out that they are doing worse for the... Continue Reading →

Let’s listen to teens

Let's listen to teens. We watched students across the United States as they walked out of their schools to protest gun violence and demand action from elected officials. These teens are slamming Congress for their lack of action on gun control. They are demonstrating so much bravery, standing up for what’s right. Teenagers are often... Continue Reading →

Hilda Cathy Heine – President

There is so much negativity in the news. I like to use my blog to highlight positive achievements, people who make a difference in this chaotic world. On January 27, 2016, Hilda Cathy Heine became the 8th President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. She is the 1st woman to hold the presidency. Before... Continue Reading →

Politics – By the people for the people?

Politics - By the people for the people? The ruling class, in any state, considers the people it governs as inferior beings just good at manipulating, forcing and exploiting. Leaders institute all sorts of systems, which function as rackets of protection, to ensure their class prerogatives. They have forgotten that they are supposed to be... Continue Reading →

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