Friday, February 25, 2011

What soft socialism has wrought

   With the angry uprising of pampered teachers in Wisconsin, the long-awaited Marxist revolution in the U.S. may finally be under way. It's been clear for decades that a forced ending to America's experiment with soft socialism would almost certainly trigger such a revolution.
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http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=267809#ixzz1EzUnkCUA

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Russia goes on arms spending spree

   Russia has unveiled the biggest rearmament program since the fall of the Soviet Union, saying that it intends to buy 600 planes, 100 ships and 1,000 helicopters within the next decade.
   The ambitious overhaul will cost the equivalent of $644 billion and comes at a time when other countries such as Britain are cutting their defence spending to try to balance their national budgets.

Oh Canada, Glorious And Free ... Or Is That Very Private

   The US Department of Transportation makes all trucking safety records public. They show BC truck drivers regularly break the rules by staying on the road for too many consecutive hours.   
   Canadian regulators don't give the public access to the safety records of truckers on their roads.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Friday, February 18, 2011

U.S. Border Patrol seizes 32 kilos of coke, Canadian arrested

   The agents subsequently arrested the man and seized two backpacks containing a total of 30 individually wrapped and sealed packages of cocaine. 
    Full story  >>> http://www.bclocalnews.com/kootenay_rockies/grandforksgazette/news/116491783.html

Monday, February 14, 2011

The Government Watches Its Citizens

   Passengers at Canadian airports may soon find themselves under more scrutiny than ever.
   Full Story >>> http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Airport+security+watches+suspicious+passengers+Vancouver+pilot+project/4279748/story.html

Sunday, February 13, 2011

US View On Mill

   The Midway mill had sat vacant for three years before residents in the town of 630 decided to buy it. Boundary Sawmill, the local corporation, has signed a 10-year lease with Vaagen Brothers, which will run a small-diameter log mill similar to its operation in Colville.
   Vaagen Brothers expects to employ about 35 workers at the Midway mill when it reopens in the fall.
   Full Story >>> http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2011/feb/10/vaagen-brothers-lumber-co-deal-will-reopen/

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

OSOYOOS INDIAN BAND SEEKING COURT ORDER FOR MOUNT BALDY CO-OWNER TO REPAY LOAN

   The Osoyoos Indian Band Development Corporation (OIBDC) has applied to the Supreme Court of British Columbia for an order that would force one of the co-owners of the Mount Baldy Ski Area to repay a loan that was defaulted upon.   Full Story >>> http://www.osoyoostimes.com/news/2011/02/01/osoyoos-indian-band-development-corporation-seeking-court-order-for-mount-baldy-co-owner-to-repay-loan/