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Nice Little ‘Manifesto’ You Got There, But, I’m Going To Burst Your Little Bubble–You ARE Part of the 99%

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Boys ‘n’ girls, let’s give this college senior a big hand here! No, really! They’re making it on their own without any help from anyone on very little! Or so it would appear…

Oh, college senior, but you are very much part of the 99% ! Say it loud! Say it proud, . . . → Read More: Nice Little ‘Manifesto’ You Got There, But, I’m Going To Burst Your Little Bubble–You ARE Part of the 99%

Smoke Pink Cigarettes, or Die of Breast Cancer

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A well-deserved shot at corporate pink ribbon campaigns.

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Lest you think the satire is a little harsh, or if you get warm fuzzies donating to pink ribbon campaigns, consider that corporations jumped all over pink ribbon campaigns not just because of their intrinsic worth, but more importantly, because it’s a “safe”, . . . → Read More: Smoke Pink Cigarettes, or Die of Breast Cancer

Something We Can All Get Behind…But How Long Will That Last?

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It seems that a new Facebook group created by Harpercon blogger, Derek Fildebrandt no less, is once again getting Canadians together from all political stripes, it would seem, for now, anyway.  We all want to see the MPs expenses made public and as well they should be made public. After hearing about how . . . → Read More: Something We Can All Get Behind…But How Long Will That Last?