Cyberbullying study calls for changes in Criminal Code

New Nova Scotia cyber-bullying legislation allows victims the ability to sue alleged cyberbullies.  “It’s interesting […]

Pepsi/Apple’s/RIAA’s day of Superbowl Infamy — redux; lest we forget

 Lately, things have rather quietened down at the  RIAA, Recording Industry Association of America,  the […]

Where the Obama goes, Canada follows

Yesterday the headline to my main story was Al Qaeda ‘tourism’ — rearing its head […]

Al Qaeda ‘tourism’ — rearing its head again

It’s getting so you can’t believe anything  emanating from America, if you ever could. There […]

Different strokes for different folks

Two years ago,  the end of the world came —  my world, that is. While […]

Bradley Manning: acquitted of aiding the enemy

Yesterday,  I posted, “While Ex-US president  Jimmy Carter  is  reportedly defending  whistleblower  Ed Snowden, a […]

UK, ‘tackling unadulterated online access to porn’…

On July 23  one of my posts led off with »»» In the most dramatic […]

Is Democracy functioning in America?

While Ex-US president  Jimmy Carter  is  reportedly defending  whistleblower  Ed Snowden,  (right) a military judge  […]

Un-baby me !!!

I can now reveal, exclusively,  the latest royal baby  will not be named Fred,  as […]

UK to ban kiddie porn

“In the most dramatic step by the government to crack down on the  “corroding” influence […]