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Dear Editor

I have just sent this letter to the editor to my local newspaper, Bruce Peninsula Press, and the Owen Sound Hub. Please consider making a pledge at… 593 more words

Milwaukee school board vice-president Larry Miller and the lessons of Wisconsin. "Compromise with the tea-party Republicans is not an option."

Photo credit: Joe Brusky

Milwaukee school board vice-president, Larry Miller.

Recently I had the chance to sit down with Milwaukee school board member, Larry Miller, to talk about the lessons he has drawn from the fight against Wisconsin governor Scott Walker – Fred Klonsky… 1,335 more words


Why the Red Scare in 2015?

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we will welcome Guelph Communist Party candidate Tristan Dineen. I personally have enjoyed my discussions with the Communist candidates over the years, they’re always thoughtful, engaged, passionate, and unscripted. 594 more words

2015 Federal Election

Starkey Employees Mystified By Firing Of 4 Top Officers

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (WCCO) – The firings of four top executives at Starkey Hearing Technologies in Eden Prairie has employees wondering what’s going on.

The hearing aid manufacturer released a short statement about the terminations — confirming only that there is an ongoing investigation. 301 more words


Federal Election 2015: Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound riding

Summary: Conservative MP Larry Miller is seeking a fifth term in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, one of many southern Ontario rural ridings that went to the Conservatives by a large margin in 2011. 171 more words


Road Hard

Stand up comedy is a tough profession to find success in.  Many brave souls have tried and many  have failed. For many, it’s just a job but for some, it’s a career and those who can find success in it, well all the more power to them.  523 more words

Max Keeble's Big Move

Hello, Spongey here.

Remember when I reviewed Clockstoppers a few months ago? Of course you do. In that review, I talked about the cinema of the early 2000’s and how I enjoyed that one because of how it was wrapped up in the clichés of that era. 3,363 more words