Monthly Archives: July 2013

Ain’t You Hurtin Enough Yet?


There was this stranger that went up to a hillbilly’s house to speak to the old hillbilly on the porch. As they were speaking an old hound dawg whimpered and quiverred on its back leg. The Stranger noticed it, but … Continue reading

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The Skunk With a Tail Handle


I wrote this story so my readers would get to know me a little better; personally. I normally write political stories, but I thought that I’d like to write a short story from my childhood. I insist that the story … Continue reading

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The Question that Shouts Out from the Silence of the Page


Here is a chart from Statistics Canada. It represents Canada’s debt from the time of Confederation until 2008. As you can see, Canada’s debt lay flat many years and quite suddenly a curve developed and it seemed like the line … Continue reading

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Are You Brave Enough to See Reality?


I encourage everyone that finds some truth here on this blog, hidden from the public, to send this blog to their friends, to share it on Facebook, Twitter, etc, etc, so these truths will get out. Nothing in our screwy … Continue reading

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Lament for Confederation by Chief Dan |George


This just came across my Facebook news feed. Thanks to Fiona McMurran for posting it. I thought that I would post it on my blog to be a more permanent monument to the great Native peoples. This is a speech … Continue reading

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