Daily Archives: 10/08/2013

Obamacare: The GOP’s Waterloo – commentary

            Obamacare: The GOP’s Waterloo

03 October 2013 – By The Daily Take, The Thom Hartmann Program | Op-Ed

Obamacare.(Photo: Pete Souza / White House)

Right now, we are witnessing an epic battle for the future of this country. And depending on how this battle turns out, America will either fulfill the ideals of its founders and become a society that works for everyone or surrender to the billionaire hustlers who want to destroy everything the Founders stood for.

The origins of this existential battle are pretty simple. Throughout this country’s history, believers in two different visions of what American society should be have duked it out over every single aspect of public policy.

On the one hand, there is the vision of America as a “we society,” a society that recognizes certain things, like health care or education, as basic rights, and agrees to provide these things in common to everyone, regardless of race or class. [Read more]

COTAB Xmas Dance – Toronto Canada – December 28, 2013

COTAB Xmas 2013 Revised

Capitol News – TV News Reports – 07 Oct 2013

Capitol News – TV News Reports – 07 Oct 2013

  • The process has started to get the SWAT TEAM in place.
  • Brumell confirmed as Police Commissioner.
  • Swat team will not influence the Crime situation.
  • The PPP looks to regain support in the National Assembly.
  • Sports.
  • Gov’t pushing Anti-Money Laundering Bills.
  • Opposition Leader says the PPP has not accepted responsibility for the high crime rate.
  • After two years Jamaican national Shanique Myrie wins her case.

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The process has started to get the SWAT TEAM in place.Posted: 07 Oct 2013 05:08 PM PDT

The top cop is assuring citizens that the coming into being of the government announced Swat team would not be another black clothes unit.  You would recall that a special squad set up by the Government to deal with serious crime many years ago was fingered in a number of extra judicial killings. Only recently […]    Continue reading

Childhood Memories Of Pets – By Dmitri Allicock

Childhood Memories Of Pets

By Dmitri Allicock

Dmitri - Pets article

1968- Left to right- Myself and brothers- Yuri, Andrei, Kenrick- Standing is Cousin Kenneth and center of photograph is a most precious puppy called “Dumpling”

Growing up in rural Upper Demerara, I had a least one pet besides me, maybe a puppy, chicken, birds, fish or some young animal that occupied the center of attention. A quick trip through any child’s bedroom will reminds you of the early years when pets dominated your real and imaginary worlds. Lots of toys relate in some manner to animals- music, storybooks, décor, clothing with imaginary critters dominates the world of childhood. Children love pets and enjoy them in any form and for good reasons, it is said.

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