One of the great myths of our time has to be that the
The poor, of course, don’t fit into the equation – they are brainwashed come election time and then forgotten.
In 2008, Barack Obama broke fundraising records with the $750-million for his election campaign. Mitt Romney is expected to raise more than that this election campaign. He raised $101-million in July.
That buys a lot of election advertising. And both candidates will owe favours to those who contributed big money to their campaigns.
Wall Street bankers will have their way with the government – not the working stiffs.
Maybe we should call the
Everyone from Kincardine who heads up to
The latest locals to visit
While travelling through the
Richard Stringer, Isaac’s grandson, who died in 2007, completed a film on the Bishop in 2007.
Speaking of the Arctic, global warming is expected to put an end to the ice on the Arctic Ocean within a decade or two.
Is there anyway man can slow the ever increasing amount of carbon dioxide he spews into the environment?
The author of the book I mentioned last, The End of Growth, figures the problem will be solved, not by us, but by supply and demand.
Triple digit oil prices mean that soon we’ll have to change our ways. It will cost too much to ship goods half way around the world and we won’t be able to grow the economy with the high price of oil. We’ll have to put up with slower economic growth.
Dana and I went to the opening night of Kincardine’s film festival and saw Citizen Gangster, the story of the Boyd Gang that was robbing banks in
It was a good movie – nice to see a film about a
And the film gives you a good idea of how life has changed in the last 60 years. Almost everyone back then lived in a small house and enjoyed few of the amenities we have today.
As I was picking up dog excrement up Sunday at the front and north sides of The Independent, I had to wonder where the garbage cans have gone on our block.
If they were in place, maybe dog owners would feel impelled to stoop and scoop.
For years, residents on
Huron-Kinloss has been fighting the problem on its beaches for years and last week, while spraying at
Huron-Kinloss to the rescue.