The Making of a Skid Row


Buses are almost an afterthought if not outright inconvenience to our Car obsessed community, and the down town core is the prime example of misguided planning.… Read More The Making of a Skid Row

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Political Correctness, has it gone to far? Conclusions on debate


So here is my conclusion on the debate I witnessed tonight. The ‘political correctness has gone to far’ side won. This was later backed up by the audience vote. Both sides attempted to present their sides well but unfortunately, the more PC side was better prepared for the application of words then the application of… Read More Political Correctness, has it gone to far? Conclusions on debate

5 long years


I have been writing this blog for 5 years. 5 years of political, poetic, fiction and factual posts. Thank you for your support over the years and please continue to follow along, either here or at my lighter side blog. PennylessFoodie.wordpress.com   Thanks again. Daniel

O’Neail in 2014 Campaign platform Part II: Growth & Opportunity Part I


I see several areas of concern regarding the growth of London. Past councils have had moments of greatness and foresight, but all to often have fallen to kicking the can down the road. Indecisive, or half measures to address issues. Halfhearted endorsement and enactment on action plans. I think the first thing that has to… Read More O’Neail in 2014 Campaign platform Part II: Growth & Opportunity Part I

Ontario Election and my segue into the political abyss


An economist I hold in the highest regard has answered my wish. Mike Moffatt has written an article on the economic platforms of the Ontario parties. While I wish there was more on Green and Liberal, the overview of NDP and PC is worth reading before you vote. http://www.canadianbusiness.com/blogs-and-comment/tim-hudak-million-jobs-plan-math-error/ Now here’s my take on the… Read More Ontario Election and my segue into the political abyss