The DAILY DIGEST: INFORMATION and OPINION from ST. JOHN'S to VICTORIA._____CANADA
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OPINION AND INFORMATION
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OPINION AND INFORMATION
- Liberal resurrection could use some of Chretien's chess mastery
- New seats bring fairness to Commons representation
- Doing the right thing
- Being a good citizen isn't about what you wear
- Tories give value to citizenship
- Reality tempers health-funding discord between Ottawa and provinces
- Ontario premier inherits lead role for hard-hit east in health transfers battle
- Government's climate-speak evokes memories of Orwell's 1984
- Life after Kyoto: Half a loaf can still be wholesome
- Mark Carney: The man who speaks the truth
- NDP 'in free fall' in Quebec, poll finds
- A Shoe Heard 'Round the World and Lies in a Good Cause (3 years since the "shoeing" of Bush)
- Air Force investigating cause of drone crash in Seychelles
- Pentagon spending bill includes sweeping detention measures
- Blackwater mercenaries to return to Iraq
- Israeli army base attacked by right-wing extremists
- Japanese to fit 1,000 monkeys with Geiger counters to test radiation levels in Fukushima --
- Wikipedia Mulls Total Blackout to Oppose SOPA
- US and Russia at odds over UN stance on Syria
- Saudi Arabia: the "good" tyranny
- The Final Destination
- Treating Palestinians Lawlessly
- Climate Credit versus Climate Debt
- Top Iran official: We may move nuclear facilities to 'safer' locations
- Strangling the Spring in the Cradle: The Pentagon's Secret Training Missions in the Middle East
- Masked Gaza: An Untold History of "Militancy"
- The Problem with Traditional Vegetable Gardening?
- The Federal Reserve Cartel: Part IV: A Financial Parasite The Council on Foreign Relations and the "Grand Area" of the American
- Keystone pipeline jobs claims: a bipartisan fumble
- 1 Trillion fps Camera can capture Light Particles
- Iran deploys missiles in Persian Gulf
- U.S.: Former Top Aide Offers Insight on Mideast and Iran
- INDIA: More Suicides Than Reforms
- Congress' Shameful Treatment of the Nation's Long-Term UnemployedRead the Article at The Seattle Times
- Rush Limbaugh's Ratings Have Fallen 30 Percent in the Last Six MonthsRead the Article at Business Insider
- Read the Article at BuzzFlash
- Report: Child Homelessness Up 33 Percent in Three YearsRead the Article at USA Today
- GOP psycho alert: GOP threatens to delay Senate bus, truck safety bill
- World Aids Fraud Day Special Transmission With Rethinking AIDS President David Crow Listen to the free transmission here
- NATO Dreams of Civil War in Syria What is NATO really up to in Syria? http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article29982.htm
- Welcome Home, Manuel Noriega http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article29990.htm
- Ron Paul: Defense Bill Establishes Martial Law In America! Video http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article29987.htm
- American Heroes The Haymarket Martyrs and Occupy Wall Street http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article29981.htm
- Western elite wage info-war to justify Syria invasion?: http://rt.com/politics/syria-usa-war-panarin-581/
- US: Syrian regime is 'dead men walking': http://bit.ly/t8f94D
- Russia accuses West of 'immoral' stance on Syria: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-16158584
- 10 Facts About US Withdrawal from Afghanistan: http://warisacrime.org/content/10-facts-about-us-withdrawal-afghanistan
- Pakistan arrests those who helped get Osama bin Laden: http://www.economist.com/node/18836800
- Iraq's leader becoming a new 'dictator,' deputy warns: http://bit.ly/sgf1HW
- U.S. Leaving Iraqi Comrades-in-Arms in Limbo: http://nyti.ms/udFQzB
- Is a U.S. military precedent being set in Africa?: http://wapo.st/uekh6S
- Ahmadinejad: Iran has 'been able to control' U.S. drone: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/feedarticle/9994528
- At Republican Jewish Coalition forum, Republican hopefuls preview their lines of attack: http://bit.ly/sN0HTT
- Saudi Arabia beheads woman for 'witchcraft': http://bit.ly/uww76v
A documentary giving an insight into the events that led up to NATO "intervention" in Libya.
Suicide pact at Durban
A plan to save the planet for the future of our children and grandchildren?
Don't be fooled. It was an almost total failure.
MERCREDI 14 DÉCEMBRE 2011
- 19h28 - Politique · Insultes et quolibets aux Communes: Trudeau en remet
- 16h52 - Fusion CAQ-ADQ · Charest se moque du «Boxing Day adéquiste»
- 16h40 - Éducation · Les universités Laval et Concordia se protègent contre le « .xxx »
- 14h46 - Politiques futures · Gouvernement Harper : Paillé craint le pire
- 12h01 - Nouveau-Brunswick · Fuite d'eau lourde à la centrale nucléaire de Point Lepreau
- 11h51 - Décision le 22 janvier · Fusion CAQ-ADQ : les membres doivent se prononcer
- 11h43 - Elle s'est éteinte le 6 décembre · La plus vieille Canadienne meurt à 112 ans
- 11h33 - Plus importante revendication de l'histoire · Les Algonquins réclament un territoire de 650 000 km carrés
- 09h15 - En 2012 · Le prince Charles visitera le Canada
- 04h28 - Montréal · L'ancien consulat tchèque est vendu
- 02h35 - Construction · Des entreprises bannies des chantiers
From: Larry Kazdan
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Subject: Letter to Editor re: Don't pretend we know what causes climate change, John Robson, December 10, 2011
- Re: Don't pretend we know what causes climate change, John Robson, December 10, 2011
- According to John Robson's reasoning, since we don't know what led to the death of the dinosaurs, how can we be sure that people had anything to do with the decimation of the buffalo, or the extinction of the dodo? As for the scientific consensus on current climate change based on thousands of research studies, to hell with evidence that is so easily refuted by anecdote.
From: Ron Thornton
Subject: 30 more MP's, and it is our own damned fault...
30 more MP's for Parliament and while I think most of us disagree that we need more politicians, I think what we really need are mature, logical individuals making the decisions in place of these juvenile twits that pass as something more intelligent than a turnip. Provinces can not lose seats even as their populations no longer justify what they have, while even the US put a cap on its House seats before they wound up with the mess we currently have in place. Taking into consideration the current rules, Canada should have no more than 329 seats. How did I come up with that, you may ask?
Well, first we begin our calculations based on a 301-seat Parliament. Population figures indicate that Ontario should rise from 95 seats to 117, British Columbia from 28 to 40, and Alberta should increase from 21 to 33 seats. In order to keep provinces from losing seats, Quebec would retain their 75 seats (instead of 70), Manitoba would stay at 14 (it should have 11), so would Saskatchewan (9 is all it deserves), Nova Scotia keeps 11 (8), New Brunswick 10 (7), Newfoundland 7 (4), and Prince Edward Island keeps its 4 when it only deserves one. The Territories would keep their minimum of one.
So, over and above the 301 seats, the rule that keeps a province from losing seats would then add an extra 5 for Quebec, 3 for Manitoba, 5 for Saskatchewan, 3 each for Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, as well as Prince Edward Island. Add those 25 seats to the 3 seats for the combined Territories, and we get 28 additional seats to add to our 301, for a much more representative 329 seat Parliament. Compare these figures to the 338 member House the government, in its questionable wisdom, is thrusting upon us.
At least we could have made some inroads toward actually making the House more representative of the population, maintaining a cap on the over-represented provinces while providing numbers closer to what is deserved for the under-represented. Instead, we gave Quebec even more than it deserved, so in future its total can not slip below 78. So much for putting on the big boy pants. Of course, a 104 seat Senate with each province and territory represented by 8 Senators would provide the national balance between geography and population and force national consensus on issues, but we know that is not going to happen. Ontario might one day be convinced but Quebec, never.
We have handcuffed ourselves to the present model.
Merry Christmas to you, Joe.
From: Rene Moreau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: High voltage part two Energy companies lament shortages but sell our energy abroad.
Subject: Israel/ when former victims become victimisers...
I wonder who this ugliness is serving in Israel ?
When we are told fairy tales (indoctrinated) since birth....then compassion, justice, and the view that we are all world citizenry worthy of respect ....is easily lost.
From: Bonnie Smith
Subject: Confirmed: Fukushima disaster contaminated ocean with 50 million times normal radiation, leaks still ongoing
From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: there is no place to go???
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Along the way, I learned some hard-won wisdom about cultures, income disparity, preparedness planning, community defense and much more.
Today I bring you a detailed account of what you need to know if you're considering this question of relocating outside your home country. Much of this information was won the hard way, through making my own mistakes and learning through trial and error.
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Subject: Merry Christmas???
World War III: The Launching of a Preemptive Nuclear War against Iran
Subject: We pay, corporations and governments play???
High voltage part two
Energy companies lament shortages but sell our energy abroad.
Subject: are the banks preparing us for more theft of our tax dollars???
TD slashes economic forecast for Canada
Subject: Percy Schmeiser vs. Monsanto DD
Joe--thanks for bringing this up--we have no idea how our governments, at the direction of corporations like Monsanto are killing us.
the above site was also on that site--we know that GMOs have never been tested for their affects on humans and the environment and yet our governments defend them. Just as with GW scientists that tell the truth are silenced. Just as in the Percy Schmeiser case, the governments defend the corporation over us. When I lived in
Alberta the farmer next to me planted GMO canola--and my pasture became infested with canola. I am lucky Monsanto didn't come after me for growing it without their permission! Every plant on the planet is contaminated with this GMO disaster and we will pay the price with our health.
Subject: people are waking up to the fact that voting doesn't matter when there is no one to vote for?????
Six million eligible voters not registered, says Electoral Commission
Research puts missing electors at more than 2.5m over previous estimate and raises questions over reshaped boundaries