Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Fw: Daily Digest April 15, 2014

On Wednesday, April 16, 2014 12:04:04 AM, Joe Hueglin <phoenix.rising@bellnet.ca> wrote:



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Poilievre open to Senate recommendations
         Second integrity watchdog under the gun
Ontario's premier seeks $2 million from Opposition party in libel suit
         NDP asks Tory MPs to oppose Fair Elections Act
Audit finds 'gross mismanagement' in two case files for integrity commissioner


Elections Act changes drawing scrutiny from Conservatives
         Heartbleed SIN breach suspect ID'd by RCMP
Rob Anders' pension nearly $100K a year, says taxpayer group
         7 things you may not know about proposed fair elections act
Rob Anders's riding rebuff the price of open nominations


No charges against Nigel Wright, but headaches remain for Stephen Harper
         Senate report may lead government to soften proposed elections act
Flanagan's claim that Harper was hobbled by depression 'ridiculous,' PMO says
         Canada to let private companies decide where search-and-rescue aircraft based
Some key players in the Senate spending affair
         Witness in doctors' gang-sex-assault trial admits shaky hold on facts
Former finance minister Jim Flaherty's death leaves a void in Conservative party
         West and Russia play dangerous game in Ukraine
Dad in-training: Two weeks as a single dad
         Teens who suffer concussion more likely to attempt suicide, be bullied: study
Live Chat: Talk to security experts about Heartbleed
         Royal Chat: Farewell New Zealand, Hello Australia
Food Chat: Love your leftovers

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In One Small Town, a BC Story of Ups and Downs
         Welcome to Houston, where the mill is closing and lives and dreams hang in the balance. First in a series.
Flaherty's Legacy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
         Tory minister's humanity should be praised, but know his fiscal policies hurt many Canadians.
Bill Bennett: My Constituents Wanted Farmland Changes
         ALR move is no Liberal 'conspiracy' to pave over the province, minister responds to Tyee column
New Law Will Keep Personal Data Sharing out of Court
         A law meant to stop online piracy may give companies the power to share subscriber information in secret, without a warrant. By Michael Geist
No charges laid in fatal Lakeland mill fire

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Ontario budget to be tabled May 1, could trigger election
         Toronto-area high school locked down after stabbing
Federal judge reserves decision in military housing case
         Morgentaler Clinic says abortion lawsuit against New Brunswick being dropped
Youth feminists fighting to improve abortion access
         TAYLOR: Shocking! Muskrat Falls project behind schedule, over-budget
High number of human-caused wildfires in Kamloops
         Wildfire season starts early across B.C.
Mother calls for residential care for mental health and addictions
         Legislation would allow in-store wine and beer brewing in Nova Scotia

Oliver names investment banker, long-time Conservative as chief of staff
         Edmonton-area community votes to keep photo radar
Chicks allegedly ground up alive at hatchery
         Animal rights group makes hatchery video
Gas prices expected to rise in Canada this summer

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High tuition, high debt, high unemployment: Being a young adult is tougher than it used to be 5 hours ago
         Canada's gender pay gap is getting worse, new report shows 8 hours ago
Legal battle brewing in B.C. over temporary foreign worker program 8 hours ago
         Flood alert issued in Sherbrooke, Que., due to rising river 5 hours ago
Veteran senior Mountie charged with underage sex offences dating back to 1982 4 hours ago
         Montrealers remember Boston Marathon bombing 8 hours ago
Rampant price-gouging, reckless driving prompts Ontario to propose tow truck regulations 5 hours ago
         Embattled Ontario Liberals set crucial budget date for May 1 3 hours ago
Alberta company fined $90K for accidentally mailing tiny bits of rubber to Iran 6 hours ago
         McDonald's foreign worker practices face growing investigation
Iqaluit woman finds metal shavings in Maple Leaf hotdogs
         Temporary foreign workers being approved too easily, expert warns

Oilsands company given 4 months to halt emissions
         Students gather at University of Calgary to mourn stabbing victims
Eye-catching numbers dominate first day of fraud trial for ex-Quebec union boss
         Teachers face higher retirement age under new pension deal
Muskrat Falls project costs going up, power may be delayed: Nalcor Energy CEO
         Halifax nurses who walked off job before legal strike position to be interviewed
Yukon and Carcross-Tagish FN approve 20-year plan
         Canada boycotts Arctic Council Moscow meeting over Ukraine occupation

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as cheating site Ashley Madison expands
and it will slow the Internet to a crawl
5 youths dead, suspect in custody
over $90K Mike Duffy cheque

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Senate committee's proposed changes to feds' elections bill look like a lifeline for Poilievre
         Stephen Harper attacks Putin on Ukraine to burnish legacy
Harper's support among Conservatives approaching free fall
         Ottawa upside down: Using the senate to control the PMO
Pipe dreams: Harper's grand strategy takes a tumble
         Are the Conservatives lifting tactics from the GOP?
The Fair Elections Act Is Republican-Style Cheating
         Anders' defeat won't be Conservatives' last
Have the West's actions encouraged the world's rogues?

The 'Self Preservation Society' wants Jim Prentice for 'The Alberta Job'
         Liberals detour from transit vision to stay alive
Wynne's transportation plan isn't perfect ­ it's just better than the alternatives
         Quebec is looking at potential political realignment
Putin rolls over weak Obama
         Heartbleed SIN breach suspect ID'd by RCMP
Conservative senators throw brakes on Harper's elections bill
         Crisis in the military
7 things you may not know about proposed fair elections act
         Live bombs found under Enoch golf course; Feds had denied they were there

Enbridge lines up union support for Northern Gateway pipeline
         Defence department discussed possible military intervention in Syria
Syrian extremists threaten to 'destroy' Canada in online video
         Ottawa and Sikorsky agree on new terms for Cyclone choppers: sources
Senators recommend nine major changes to controversial elections bill
         Robocalls registry may not be in place for next federal election
Cable bill hike to pay for CBC?
         Russia's actions 'right out of Hitler's playbook': Senators' owner Eugene Melnyk
Public servant delayed by volcano wins grievance against Veterans Affairs
         Closed Veterans Affairs offices tiny part of budget
Berlin Fears a High Court Ruling Could Threaten the European Union

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Conflict Fuels Child Labour in India
         Russians Blend Loyalty to Nazarbayev with Pro-Kremlin Sentiments
Yakama Nation Tells DOE to Clean Up Nuclear Waste
         Emerging Nations Opt for Arms Spending Over Development
Whales Find Good Company
         Taliban Screens a New Silence
Iraqi Sunnis Seek a Say
         Government, Opposition in Televised Group Therapy in Venezuela
"Sanitation for All" a Rapidly Receding Goal
         Lynchings on the Rise in Argentina

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         Washington Drives The World To War
Money is more important to European politicians than humanity's survival.
         The Obama Game Is Putin Being Lured Into a Trap?
Washington couldn't beat Putin in a fair fight, so now they've taken off the gloves.
         Former Kremlin Advisor Gives Russia's View of the Crisis in Ukraine
Obviously if there is bloodshed in the east, I think that president Putin will be forced to take some sort of measures. I think that what people don't understand in the West is that there are strong feelings running in Russia.
         Obama Urges Ukraine's Military To Not Get Involved
He said the above two month ago while U.S. financed brutes from Maidan occupied government buildings.
         Hurtling into Darkness America's Great Leap Towards Global Tyranny.
When you have lied to and manipulated a people for a very long time, how can a growing contempt for them be avoided?

         The End of the Great American Fantasy
What America does overseas is always good and right. We do not speak against it.
         Washington Fights Fire With Fire in Lawless Libya
Is the U.S. secretly training Libyan militiamen in the Canary Islands?
         UK Moves to Block US Senate Report to Protect Blair, Straw and Dearlove
The unabashed collusion of two torturing security states and blocking criminal prosecution of the guilty is a sign of how low public ethics have sunk.
         Why Corporate Criminals Don't Pay
This is a case that has everything. everything except an arrest.
         'Homeless Jesus' Sculpture Sparks Controversy
Cindy Castano Swannack called police the first time she drove by it.

The Real You Are You A Poor Little Me? Video
When you're ready to wake up, you're going to wake up, and if you're not ready you're going to stay pretending that you're just a 'poor little me.'
Canada plans to invade Syria: Revealed:
The pro-Israeli government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is making diplomatic and military preparations for military intervention in Syria, leaked documents show.
         Military storm airfield, town in eastern Ukraine, wounded reported: Protesters say:
Ukrainian troops are storming an airfield in the eastern city of Kramatorsk, said anti-Maidan activists as cited by RIA Novosti. At the same time, the eastern city of Slavyansk is being raided by Ukrainian troops, the head of the Donbass people's militia, Sergey Tsyplakov, told RIA Novosti. http://rt.com/news/kramatorsk-ukraine-attack-army-664/
         U.S. military on high alert as Ukraine troops trade gunfire with pro-Russian militants:
A journalist with Associated Press reported intense gunfire at an airport in eastern Ukraine after the government sent in army troops to retake control from militiamen loyal to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
         Those who don't lay arms, will be destroyed - Ukrainian military op commander:
"They must be warned that if they do not lay down their arms, they will be destroyed," General Vasily Krutov, first deputy head of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) told reporters, as cited by AFP.

         Russia says Ukraine close to civil war as Kiev begins offensive:
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev gave a gloomy assessment. "Blood has once again been spilt in Ukraine. The country is on the brink of civil war," he said on his Facebook page.
         Putin speaks out after Ukraine military operation:
Russia President Vladimir Putin said the country expects a clear condemnation by the United Nations and international community of "Kiev's anti-constitutional actions in Eastern Ukraine," according to a statement from the Kremlin. http://www.cnbc.com/id/101585665
         White House Confirms CIA Director's Trip to Kiev:
Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych (yah-noo-KOH'-vich) is accusing the CIA of being behind the new government's decision to turn to force. But the CIA denies that Brennan encouraged Ukrainian authorities to conduct tactical operations. http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory/white-house-confirms-cia-directors-trip-kiev-23321083
         CIA caught red handed in Ukraine: Op-ed:
The White House found itself having to backtrack on the CIA's denial that Director Brennan was not in Kiev over the weekend and his visit had no connection with the military crackdown ordered against East Ukraine during that time. It was a special moment. http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/04/15/358650/cia-caught-red-handed-in-ukraine/
         Obama and Putin discuss Ukraine crisis:
In the Kremlin version of the call, Putin urged Obama to bring as much American pressure to bear as possible to head off the use of force and bloodshed in Ukraine. The account underscored the starkly differing ways that U.S. and Russian officials characterize the crisis in Ukraine, a gulf that so far is undermining a search for a solution.

         NATO chief accuses Russia of deep involvement in east Ukraine:
Asked if he had seen evidence of Russian involvement in events in eastern Ukraine, Rasmussen told reporters: "We never ... comment on intelligence, but I think from what is visible, it is very clear that Russia's hand is deeply engaged in this." http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/15/us-ukraine-crisis-rasmussen-idUSBREA3E0ZB20140415
         US gives Ukraine $1B loan guarantee:
Under the arrangement, the U.S. will pay $1 billion in Ukrainian debt if that nation defaults.
         More Than 10,000 Protest In Moscow To Denounce Russian State Media Coverage Of Ukraine Crisis:
More than 10,000 people have turned out in Moscow for an anti-Kremlin rally to denounce Russian state television's news coverage, particularly of the crisis in neighboring Ukraine. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/13/russia-protest_n_5143462.html
         Russia warns of zero growth as economic alarm rises:
Russia's economy may not grow this year, the finance minister said Tuesday, warning that Ukraine standoff could see Moscow face its toughest times since the start of the global financial crisis.
         Russia plans to get a foothold in the Moon - Dmitriy Rogozin:
Russia plans to organize a permanent base on the moon rather than leave it after several successful missions, the Russian deputy defense minister in charge of defense and space industries said.

         FBI Abruptly Walks Out On Senate Briefing:
Senator Grassley asked the FBI for copies of its training manual on the program, which it refused to give him. When questioned about this just 10 minutes into the hearing, the FBI abruptly got up and left:
         FBI to have 52 million photos in its face recognition database by next year:
New documents released by the FBI show that the Bureau is well on its way toward its goal of a fully operational face recognition database by this summer.
         Who's watching me? Police took photos of my license plates:
The police know exactly where my car has been - and when - during the past few months. They could have the same information - or more - about you.
         This ain't your grandpa's Police Department : .
The video opens with a man's voice, intoning, "The rules of engagement of SWAT are simple: Defeat the enemy ... any way you can," and is accompanied with heavy metal music and shots of Hobbs SWAT team members going through exercises with guns blazing. http://watchdog.org/138627/hobbs-police-commerical/
         Native Americans say US violated human rights:
The Onondaga Indian Nation says it plans to file a petition at the Organization of American States on Tuesday, seeking human rights violations against the United States government.

         Oligarchy, not democracy: Americans have 'near-zero' input on policy - report:
The first-ever scientific study that analyzes whether the US is a democracy, rather than an oligarchy, found the majority of the American public has a "minuscule, near-zero, statistically non-significant impact upon public policy" compared to the wealthy. http://rt.com/usa/us-democracy-oligarchy-policy-512/
         Here's What Denver Looks Like Since Legalizing Marijuana :
 Guess what's happened to Denver crime rates in 2014?
         Food prices rising due to California drought:
Beef prices are at their highest level in two decades. The cost of ground beef has hit $3.55 a pound, according to February government readings.
         Rising prices aid $15B food fraud problem:
From meatballs made with horse to fake extra virgin olive oil and salmonella in peanuts, food fraud has been grabbing national headlines. And, according to experts, the problem is only increasing with rising food costs and more widespread importation of food. http://www.cnbc.com/id/101569334

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         US denies MH370 'cover-up,' denounces Diego Garcia link as 'baseless conspiracy theory' --'This is a baseless conspiracy theory that has already been debunked around the world.' - Embassy press attaché Harvey Sernovitz 15 Apr 2014 Washington has strongly refuted all allegations of a cover-up in the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. As discussions, including on social media, on the purported role of the United States behind the Boeing jetliner going missing continue to swirl, Washington, through its embassy here, said that they were all "baseless conspiracy theories". The US Embassy here, in an email to the New Straits Times, said claims that MH370 was hidden somewhere in its island military base, Diego Garcia, were also wild allegations... Washington also addressed allegations that logs at Diego Garcia from March 8 to 10, had been wiped clean. "These reports are completely false. MH370 did not land in Diego Garcia. This is a baseless conspiracy theory."
         Missing flight MH370 was 'thrown around like a fighter jet' in deliberate bid to avoid radar detection 13 Apr 2014 The missing flight MH370 carried out drastic manoeuvres just after it disappeared from radar to avoid detection - a new theory suggests. Malaysian military investigators believe the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 jet was "thrown around like a fighter jet" to dodge radar signals and disappear. Flight MH370, which disappeared more than five weeks ago en route to Beijing, is thought to have climbed to heights of 45,000ft - 10,000ft above its normal altitude - before plummeting to just below 5,000ft. Speaking to the Sunday Times, a source claimed: "It was being flown very low at very high speed. And it was being flown to avoid radar."
         Malaysia plane MH370: Robotic sub mission aborted --Bluefin-21 exceeded its depth safety limit 14 Apr 2014 The robot submarine sent to search for wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has had its first mission cut short. It began scouring the bed of the southern Indian Ocean to try to determine whether signals detected last week by sound-locating equipment were from the plane's flight recorders.               
         Fukushima basements mistakenly flooded with 200 tons of radioactive water 14 Apr 2014 A pump at Japan's battered Fukushima power plant has mistakenly flooded its basements with highly contaminated cooling-tank water. But the latest mishap follows a far more worrying discovery about one last year's leak. About 200 tons of water ended up flooding the basements beneath the complex, although the water didn't have a pathway to reach the ocean or leak out to any other areas, fortunately. The plant's operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co., ordered the leakage to be removed as soon as possible, The Asahi Shimbun reports.         
         Russian Aircraft Flies Near U.S. Navy Ship in Black Sea [Gee, that wouldn't happen if USociopaths weren't in the Black Sea.] 14 Apr 2014 A Russian attack aircraft repeatedly flew near the USS Donald Cook in international waters in the Black Sea on April 12, a Pentagon spokesman said today. The USS Cook was patrolling in the western Black Sea when an unarmed Russian Su-24 Fencer attack aircraft repeatedly flew near the Navy ship, Army Col. Steve Warren told reporters. "The aircraft did not respond to multiple queries and warnings from Donald Cook, and the event ended without incident after approximately 90 minutes," Warren said. [USS Cook should be renamed USS Nosey Parker.]
         CIA Boss John Brennan Meets With Ukraine Officials in Kiev 14 Apr 2014 CIA Director John Brennan has met face-to-face with officials in Kiev amid rising tensions between pro-Russian militants and Ukrainian forces in the eastern part of the country. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney confirmed Mr Brennan's weekend visit to the Ukrainian capital as part of his trip to Europe. Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has accused the CIA of encouraging Ukrainian authorities to conduct tactical operations - a claim the US agency denies.
         US must explain CIA chief's Kiev visit: Lavrov 14 Apr 2014 Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has called for explanation from Washington over reports of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director's recent visit to Ukraine's capital city of Kiev. "We would like, in particular, to understand the meaning of these reports about CIA Director [John] Brennan's recent visit to Kiev," Lavrov said during a press conference in Moscow on Monday. He noted that the US government has so far failed to come up with "reasonable explanations" about the controversial visit during the weekend.
         Kiev Proposes Joint Operation With UN Troops in Eastern Ukraine 14 Apr 2014 13:01 GMT: Ukraine's coup-empowered president, Aleksandr Turchinov, has proposed conducting a joint operation with UN peacekeeping forces in the east of the country, in a phone call with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Turchinov told Ban Ki-moon that Kiev's new authorities would welcome "if, with your help, there will be conducted a joint anti-terrorist operation in the east of the country. Then, specialists and observers will be able to confirm the legitimacy and legality of our actions," the press office of the Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) party quoted Turchinov as saying. Ban Ki-moon said that Kiev could rely fully on help from the UN as its partner.
         EU to expand sanctions against Russia, Ashton says 14 Apr 2014 The EU's sanctions against Russia are to be expanded with more people added to the list subject to asset freezes and visa bans, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has said. She said the action had been agreed in light of the latest events, as she also urged Russia to pull back its troops from the Ukrainian border.
         Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer prize for NSA revelations 14 Apr 2014 The Guardian and the Washington Post have been awarded the highest accolade in US journalism, winning the Pulitzer prize for public service for their groundbreaking articles on the National Security Agency's surveillance activities based on the leaks of Edward Snowden. The award, announced in New York on Monday, comes 10 months after the Guardian published the first report based on the leaks from Snowden, revealing the agency's bulk collection of US citizens' phone records.
         Army rejects Manning request for clemency 14 Apr 2014 A request for clemency by WikiLeaks source Chelsea [formerly Bradley] Manning has been rejected, the U.S. Army announced Monday. Last August, Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison after she was found guilty of 20 offenses including wrongful possession and transmission of national defense information. Maj. Gen. Jeffrey S. Buchanan of the U.S. Army Military District of Washington last week approved the findings and sentence given to Manning.
         NORAD jet fighters to fly night exercises 13 Apr 2014 The North American Aerospace Defense Command plans to fly jet fighters over the Washington area Monday night and into Tuesday morning, and Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. One aim of the training flights is to hone intercept skills.
         Bird flu detected in Japan 13 Apr 2014 Two chickens tested positive for avian influenza at a Japanese farm on Sunday, the Agriculture Ministry said. The deadly H5 virus was detected through genetic testing of six chickens at a farm in Kumamoto Prefecture where 1,100 chickens have died, according to the ministry.
         Foreigner dies of MERS in Saudi Arabia 14 Apr 2014 A foreigner has died from MERS in the western Saudi city of Jeddah, where authorities have sought to calm fears over the spreading respiratory illness, the health ministry said Monday. The death of the 70-year-old man brought the toll of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in the most-affected country to 69 fatalities. Four new cases of infection were registered, bringing the kingdom's total to 194, the ministry said. It did not disclose the man's nationality.
         Militias claim victory in Nev. cattle dispute 14 Apr 2014 Militia members and states' rights activists rallied Monday to declare victory after a weekend standoff with federal agents who had sought to seize a rancher's cattle. But along a short stretch of desert two-lane highway where hundreds of protesters and openly armed challengers caused the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to leave without the cattle they sought, no one thinks the battle is over. The agency had come to remove several hundred head of cattle that rancher Cliven Bundy and his family had put on federal land after refusing to pay grazing fees and ignoring court orders for 20 years.
         Bundy ranch conflict pits tradition against federal regulations 14 Apr 2014 Cliven Bundy's standoff with the Bureau of Land Management over the agency's roundup of his cattle will go down in history as a high-profile clash of Old West values with today's federal regulations on the use of public lands and natural resources. The Bundy saga, rooted in the rancher's refusal to pay grazing fees for more than two decades, has not yet ended. After the BLM abruptly ended the weeklong roundup near the ranch 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas on Saturday, land agency officials said other unspecified administrative remedies would be pursued.
         Man arrested in Kansas City shootings reportedly a longtime Ku Klux Klan leader 14 Apr 2014 The 73-year-old man accused of going on a deadly shooting spree Sunday at two Jewish facilities in a Kansas City suburb has been identified as a former "grand dragon" of the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Three people died in the shootings... Both centers are located in Overland Park, Kan.
         Judge considers staying Ohio gay marriage ruling 14 Apr 2014 A federal judge who ordered Ohio to recognize the marriages of same-sex couples performed in other states says he's inclined to issue a stay of his decision pending appeal, meaning most gay couples living in the state would see no immediate tangible expansion of their rights. Cincinnati-based Judge Timothy Black ordered attorneys on both sides of the case to file their arguments over whether he should issue a stay no later than Tuesday afternoon.

Sacs à dos suspects à BostonPlus
         Procès de Lise Thibault: des employés du cabinet à la barrePlus
Inondations: évacuations à Lévis et à SherbrookePlus
         La GRC abandonne l'enquête concernant Nigel WrightPlus
Un glissement de terrain emporte trois résidencesPlus
         Kiev à l'offensive face aux insurgésPlus
Le corps repêché était bien celui d'Éric MartinPlus
         Boston se souvient, un an après les attentats du marathonPlus
Contestation de la réforme électorale à OttawaPlus
         Cinq jeunes poignardés à mort à CalgaryPlus

Nigeria: plus de 100 étudiantes enlevées par des islamistesPlus
         Joly veut retirer sa demande de remboursementPlus
Accident mortel à CrabtreePlus
         Le MTQ n'a rien fait contre les risques de collusionPlus
Jocelyn Dupuis: le comptable ne posait pas de questionsPlus
         Des travaux communautaires pour BerlusconiPlus
Encore un faux appel à la bombe à LavalPlus
         L'UPAC arrête le chef des pompiers de WarwickPlus
Accro aux jeux vidéo, il laisse son fils mourir de faimPlus
         Le sort de proches du PQ examinéPlus


From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: Will this be what we are asking soon??
Peter, Paul and Mary - Where Have All the Flowers Gone

For some , perhaps, the reaction I had to this song will
be the same - tears running down my paxilated cheeks