Monthly Archives: April 2014

Activists – Get Control of Your Own Personal Information


Activists – Get Control of Your Own Personal Information Many to most activists are concerned about all of their own personal information out there in the public. Maybe you have some info that you want sheltered, or you have a … Continue reading

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The Story of Money, Credit and Banks


Consider the mess the world is in, with all the collapsing economies, and then see if this story doesn’t have relevance to the mess today. The story of banks began in medieval times, more specifically, during the Crusades. The Crusade … Continue reading

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The Sleeping, The Great Awakening, and The Achilles Heel


  The Sleeping The solution to Canada’s (all nation’s) political problems is relatively simple; it is the implementation that is the difficult part. Canada, as with almost all nations, have a sleeping population. What is hard to implement is that … Continue reading

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Input Wanted – on Petition Supporting the Reform Act


I am proposing to sent up a petition to support Michael Chong, in his attempt to get the Reform Act made into law. The Reform act is intended to make MP’s represent the interest of the interests of their constituents … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s Second Question


  Of course we all know what Shakespeare’s first question was, “To be, or not to be”. To be, or not to be, that is the question— Whether ’tis Nobler in the mind to suffer The Slings and Arrows of … Continue reading

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