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Kill Bill

Tweet As the sun sets on the BC Liberal Party and the decade long theft of our assets, the fire sale intensifies. As Harper sells off Kits Coast Guard Station, Christy Clark seems intent on privatising our commons, our forests.  Lungs of the planet, pride of the west coast, our cultural identity. Bill 8 . . . → Read More: Kill Bill

Canadian firm postpones kicking Occupy Wall Street out of park. Police beat jubilant protesters.


So it goes in OWS land. Not long after hearing that the Canadian company responsible for kicking out the protesters from Zuccotti Park had backed down, police resumed their indiscriminate head bashing of wayward protest members. At one point a motorcycle cop ran over a pedestrian.

Interesting to note how the media has . . . → Read More: Canadian firm postpones kicking Occupy Wall Street out of park. Police beat jubilant protesters.

Corporate tax cuts…

Tweet Thanks to Pale Cold this morning for her post on Fantasy Island over at ACR, I got to thinking about Corporations and their tax cuts.  According to the neo-cons, these tax cuts are essential to promote jobs by way of infrastructure and research and development.  I really don’t see that happening and here is . . . → Read More: Corporate tax cuts…