Monthly Archives: June 2012

In Pursuit of…What?

A Time for Everything For two weeks in 1988 the number one song on the billboard chart was “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” by the a-cappella singer Bobby McFerrin. The song still enjoys occasional airplay and can he heard from time … Continue reading

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Bill C30–creating a surveilance society?

Let’s say you were constantly interfering with my ability to do whatever it was I wanted to do. Furthermore, let’s NOT assume that what I wanted to do was in anyone’s best interests but mine. In other words let’s say … Continue reading

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From Back in January: Elie Weisel and Peace

This past winter we marked the 67th anniversary of the liberation of the surviving prisoners who were held at Auschwitz. The Soviet soldiers who entered the camp saw a spectacle so powerful it still moves those affected to tears even … Continue reading

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Changes to the Fishery Act: Ecological Disaster by Design?

Each time I take a close look at the Federal government’s current doings it seems to be worse than the last time and I keep wondering how far the administration plans to take us all. First it was the crime … Continue reading

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