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Restore The Republic - The Home of the Freedom Movement!
Kenneth Tellis
If all citizens of a country are equal then none are inferior
We cannot have one province within the Confederation of Canada, be treated as a separate nation with its own laws that openly discriminates against the majority, and yet give those from the minority equal treatment in all the other nine provinces and territories. While all that happened in Kebek at the behest of one a Franco-Amerindian Prime Minister of Canada, one Pierre-E. Trudeau's dream of a Joual-speaking (French patois) nation on June 1974, by Kebek's passage of Bill 22, we have it within our power to reject that illegal law, which violates the British North America Act of July 1, 1867 in its entirety.
Jul 29, 2015 - 4:40:38 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 26
This week's book basket includes the link to one article by author Patrick J. Fornari, and two links to book reviews by Milt Gross and Martha Stevens-David. The basket naturally includes the publicity material including book cover photos for ten books. These are: "The Inward Outlook" by Laura Basha, PhD; "The Valentine Children's Summer Adventures" by Dianne Sibeal Donahoe; "There Is Hope" By Suzanne Tyler; "Endless Waves: A Story of Grace" by Nancy Kruitof O'Farrell; "Buzz Kill" by William Goodspeed; "The Heroin Heroin" by Mindy Miralia; "Origin of the Centred Self" by Glenda Jackson; "A Dark Hole" by Charlotte Pritchard; "From Happiness to Tragedy; to Bliss on the Borderline" by Nicholas E. Cleveland and "The Abominations of the Obama-Nation" By Betty Sue Prollock
Jul 26, 2015 - 8:45:49 AM

Kenneth Tellis
Letter to the Prime Minister July 22,2015
Dear Mr. Prime Minister, I really am appalled by the way the premiers of Canada's province handle out taxes, without a care as to where the money came from. In Ontario we have a spendthrift Liberal government, run by a History Major FAILURE who has absolutely no idea about fiscal restraints whatsoever, and is under the impression that money grows on trees. And every time one sees this self-aggrandizement by Wynne on to, promoting herself as an example to follow, the people of Ontario are being takin for a ride in her self-promotion and how much it costs them, when that money could well be used to help alleviate the shortages in the various programmes that need funding to ease the load that she has put on their backs.
Jul 22, 2015 - 12:35:15 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 25
In this week's Book Basket we have the link to one Author Article by Patrick Fornari and the links to Five (5) Book reviews published by some of our book reviewers. As usual we have the publicity material for a variety of new and reasonably new book releases, which this week are: "The Baker Boys" By Clinton mhic Aonghais (McInnes); "Men Can Wear Dresses Too" by Catie Maye; "Book Business Planning for Small Business" by Warren Harmer; "Fight For Your Dream" by Elaine H. Sharp; "Tomorrow I'm Dead: A Memoir" by Bun Yom; "Imagine" by Robert Beedham; "God: Accused or Defended?: Solving the Unsolvable Paradox" By Larry E. Ford; "Learning about Sex Series" Concordia Publishing House; "Walking With Herb: A Spiritual Golfing Journey to the Masters" by Joe Bullock and "Evangelicals Around the World: A Global Handbook for the 21st Century" Edited by B. C. Stiller, Dr. T. Johnson, Dr. M. Hutchinson, and K. Stiller
Jul 19, 2015 - 6:37:23 AM

R.P. BenDedek
The Real Reason Why I Cannot Support RECLAIM Australia
Recently there was a lot of publicity given to violence that erupted in several cities in Australia when "Reclaim Australia" protestors clashed with angry counter protestors who accused "Reclaim Australia" of being racists. "Reclaim Australia" protests were clearly an attack on Muslims and Muslim Communities in Australia. As an Australian I get tired of that tired old line constantly appearing in both domestic and foreign press claiming that Australia is a racist country. As the counter protestors have clearly demonstrated, the Australian people have risen up to declare that they are not racist and that they will not permit racism in Australia.
Jul 17, 2015 - 10:40:15 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 24
In this week's basket we have the link to an Author Interview conducted by Laure McCourt Lopez; five author articles, and four book reviews. And of course we have a selection of recently released books. These include: "Journey Beyond Hardship: A Practical, Hopeful Guide for Getting Through Tough Times" By Greg Pacini; "Interview With Your Self" by Mercedes Tur Escriva; "A Detail of History" Arek Hersh; "A World War I Adventure" By House of Harkness; "Aging Wisely" By Viola Mecke; "Fear the Silence" by Iain Cameron; "Incoming" by Vic Amato; "Where is Robert? A Mother's Heartrending Journey" by Russell W. Moore; "Quest of a Bipolar Soldier" by Winston K. Redman and "Forward Pass" by Desiree Holt
Jul 14, 2015 - 6:55:30 AM

Kenneth Tellis
The reality of government today belies its true intent, because it wallows in absolute corruption
Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one. Government like dress, is the badge of lost innocent; the palaces of kings are built upon the ruins of the bowers of paradise. These stirring words were written by Thomas Paine in his book, Common Sense in 1776, and are just as valid today as they were then. And then follow this with the quote below: ''Lay then the axe to the root, and teach governments humanity. It is their sanguinary punishments which corrupt mankind."
Jul 8, 2015 - 11:43:03 PM

Kenneth Tellis
Kebek Government advertises for American Tourists, but does not tell them the true story
Now comes the punch line. There are five Kobe government offices in the U.S and one is located in New York City. Why hasn't that office told American tourists that while their hard currency is most welcome in Kebek they are not, because they are an English-speaking people?
Jul 8, 2015 - 11:10:30 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 23
In this week's book basket we have only one book review listed and no author articles. There are however ten books listed accompanied by book cover photos and publicity material. These are: "Spirit Training" by Dr. William L. Conwill; "Tying Down The Lion" by Joanna Campbell; "Big Bang Problems: How the Universe Began" by Bobby McGehee; "An Invitation to Think and Feel Differently in the New Millenium" by Professor Harry Bury; "Murder Now and Then: 1919 to 2019 Murder Mystery" by Diana Jackson; "Until We Meet Again" By Thomas Toren; "Travels with King Kong: Overland Across Africa" by James Henderson; "Too Many Assassins" by Kevin Ramsey; "The ALTA Project" by David Chen, M.D. and "The ABC's to Starting at a California Community College" by Dr. Bertha Barraza
Jul 8, 2015 - 11:03:21 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No 22
We have links to Three Book Reviews and Two Author Articles in this week's book basket as well as the publicity material for 12 book releases. These books are: "Ordinary Evil" by Gene Ferraro; "Retribution (Col Sec series Book 4)" by Jan Domagala; "New Beginnings" by J. Gawlik; "Precocious" by V Leigh; "The Cosmic Microwave Background: How It Changed Our Understanding of the Universe" by Dr Rhodri Evans; "Death of a Mill Girl" by Clyde Linsley; "Petronella and the Janjilons" by Cheryl Bentley; "The Whispering Voice" Dr. Maduka, Sunny Oby; "Spaniels Rock" by Andrea Bryant; "The Lean Product Playbook" by Dan Olsen; "The Chateau" by Irene Taylor and "Black Witch" By Steve Scott
Jun 26, 2015 - 11:05:33 PM

Kenneth Tellis
Legacy of Father Edward Flanagan Boy's Town Omaha, Nebraska
On June 21st the world celebrates Father's Day, and yet, I have no memories to remember it as being any different to all the other days of the year. I have two children who will not be there, by choice, because they have been emotionally poisoned, but that is the story of life itself. I have no regrets for having lived as an honest hardworking father, who cared for his family more than himself.
Jun 19, 2015 - 9:05:25 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic CIty Book Basket 2015 No. 21
In this week's Book Basket is provided the link to the one book review published this week and two links to the articles that book authors submitted for publication. Additionally we have a total of 12 books listed with accompanying publicity material. These books are: "Life Savers" by Tunde Alaofin; "My Journey: West Virginia to Korea and Back to WVU" by Jack Elbon; "Power of Pronouncing Blessing" by Georgina Boye; "Justin and the First Amendment" By Verna Safran; "The Executioner" by Artie McFerrin; "Night of All Evil" by J.M. Shorney; "The Bugs Doctor with a Passion for Music" by Emmanuel Ndawula; "Idolatry of Blood: Religion for a Post-Modern World" by Frederic Zurcher; "AKs and Lollipops - Inside The Syrian Conflict" by Paddy Vipond; "Master Your Brain: Training Your Mind for Success in Life" by Phillip Adcock; "The Reluctant Warrior: An American Airman's Story" by Barry Rickson and "God Does No Wrong" By Jan Wooden Howse
Jun 19, 2015 - 9:00:22 PM

Kenneth Tellis
Kebekois Youth found guilty of killing Cuban-born girl
Such was the case of 18-year old unarmed Honduran immigrant Fredy Villanueva, who was shot in cold blood by a Montreal Urban Community Policewoman, and justice was pushed to the sidelines by the courts to protect the guilty, since they were Kebekois. These people and sycophants in Kebekois society have made the halls of justice a laughing stock by having the gall to accuse South Africans of apartheid crimes.
Jun 15, 2015 - 9:29:28 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 20
This week's book basket contains links to two author articles published this week at Magic city, as well as the header for a book review written by Milt Gross. Naturally there is publicity material for book releases. This week there are 11 of them. They are: "Charlie's Cream Tea" by Victoria Hart; "Adventures of The Great Marlo & The Blue Pearl" by Gary Markwick; "A Touch of the Underworld" by Dr. David Trucker; "God is NOT Happy" by Flo Taber-Brown; "A More Christlike God" By Brad Jersak; "An Unconventional Leader" by Neill Wallace; "The Tree of Young Dreamers" By Frank Sousa; "Much Ado About Shakespeare" by Jimmy Hartley; "Spirits In The Classroom - A True Story Of A Teacher's Adventures From Beyond" by Jonny Angels; "The Curious Autobiography of Elaine Jakes" by H.R. Jakes and "STABLE: The Keys to Heaven on Earth" by April Michelle Lewis
Jun 12, 2015 - 7:50:35 AM

Kenneth Tellis
The so-called French TRICOLOUR is a flag that represents three nations not one
The French kings always called themselves kings of France and Switzerland. After her marriage to the Dauphin Mary came up with the idea of designing a flag for the day when she would be Queen of Scotland, Switzerland and France, The BLUE was for Scotland, the White was for Switzerland, and the RED was for France. Thus the pattern that she chose was the present day French Tricolour (Flag), but history was to change all that when the Dauphin went to his grave, before ever becoming King of France, and so the Tricolour flag was shelved in the French palace.
Jun 9, 2015 - 4:53:28 AM

Kenneth Tellis
Terms that are meaningless today
In the early days of French settlement in North America and the foundation of New France began, there was a way for people to claim being French by word DE SOUCHE, or old stock being only of French background. After this came the term PURE LAINE, pure wool or true blue, of dyed in the wool, as opposed to those who were born in New France and those whose backgrounds were of mixed origins.
Jun 7, 2015 - 3:22:43 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Deaf Ears and Blind Hearts Ignore the SIgns
The Clarion Project recently released a 3 minute video warning the USA to listen to and BELIEVE what the Muslim world says. It provides some footage of historical situations in which the West failed to heed the warnings and paid dearly. There is a growing number of westerners joining ISIS. These people will return home if they are not killed. These people have been told to rise up against and DESTROY the infidel wherever they are found.
Jun 7, 2015 - 3:17:35 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 19
We have one book review link in this week's book basket and publicity releases for 12 books. These are: "Captain Hawk" By SJ Garland; "Dogs Don't Talk" By Nancy May; "50! The Life, Loves & Psyche of a Male Mid-life Crisis: Vol 1 - The Journey" by Cory Y. Standby; "Rings of Smoke" By Diane O'Toole; "The New One Minute Manager" By Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson William Morrow; "A Forbidden Boundary" By Shauna Springs; "An Interview with the Devil: Prophecy and Thy Dead Script" By Raymond Burt; "l hope they all manage to get a small plastic toy from the cereal box" by Gareth Morris; "Science and the Soul" by Mike Pitman; "The Last Road Rebel--and Other Lost Stories" By Robert Gilberg; "Through the Eyes of Guilt" by Alvin Epp and "The Masterpiece Within" by Claudia Church
Jun 7, 2015 - 3:12:31 AM

Kenneth Tellis
Death of the Ethnocentric Bigot Jacques Parizeau, but will his PIPE DREAM Continue?
Most of Kebek's upper crust society sent their children to this elitist brainwashing Institution, and from it came others like Pierre-Elliott Trudeau and a host of present day separatist elites that have all failed at the creation of a pseudo French state in North America, because they were never French to begin with, but Franco-Amerindians by origin, who for ages clung to the false premise that they were French. Because even France refused to recognize them as French, and false claim do not a Frenchman or Frenchwoman make.
Jun 4, 2015 - 5:28:33 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Children's Deaths Don't Matter to Domestic Violence Activists
Statistics are a tool for measuring various aspects of any given situation, but as a weapon, they can be used to promote any desired agenda, simply by pulling them out of context. I mentioned above that Female domestic violence deaths equated with 0.00001% of males between the ages of 25 and 54, whilst the number of children at risk was ten thousand times higher and the number of deaths in one state alone was Nine times higher. To deliberately project onto society an ideology that is biased, disproportional and/or false, is to impact generations of impressionable young minds whose every relationship will be infected with a cancerous untruth.
Jun 2, 2015 - 6:35:55 AM

Kenneth Tellis
It's time for a reality check by the Franco-Amerindian Kebekois people
While the Kebek Agricultural Marketing Board regulates producers in Kebek, it had no jurisdiction to lay down its laws in other provinces. While the Kebekois Federation might advertise their product as PURE Canadian MAPLE SYRUP in the United States, it does not advertise the MAPLE SYRUP of other Canadian Provinces. So, the Appeal Court in New Brunswick has now cut off Kebek's right to foist its court decisions onto other provinces of Canada.
May 29, 2015 - 7:07:35 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 18
This week's book basket contains the link to one book review and the publicity material for 13 books, most of which are recent releases. These books include: "Jewels found along the path of life" by Michael Francis England; "The Manservant" by Michael Harwood; "Mommy, Was Grandpa a Nazi?" By Elisabeth Falcone; "A Dying Trade: Memoirs of a nursing home proprietor" by William Webb; "Report Writing: A Survival Guide" By Joyce Kupsh and Rhonda Rhodes; "God's Final Jubilee" by Dan Goodwin; "MODEL Coach: A Common Sense Guide for Coaches of Youth Sports" By Daniel L. Sedor; "The Doctor's Stories" By Charles T. Chase; "Edward IV, England's Forgotten Warrior King" By Dr. Anthony Corbet; "The Success Process Handbook: A Thinking Persons Guide to Interpersonal Relationships" By Tony Fielek; "Quality and General Welfare Codification" By Spiro V. Haxhi; "What in the World Is Going On? Wisdom Teachings for Our Time" By Penny Gill and "Embrace the Moment" By Bonnie Lee Mahler
May 28, 2015 - 8:23:15 AM

Kenneth Tellis
Atikamekw First Nation declares its sovereignty over its territory
It can now be said that Pierre Karl Pile''O"dough was the founder of THE First Metis Nation in North America. Its main exports will be Tomahawks, Bow and Arrows, Feathered Headdresses, Buckskins, Cigarettes, Fire-Water and a few souvenirs, and a few other items. The New money used in the Kebek Nation will be Piastres, not American or Canadian Dollars.
May 26, 2015 - 5:59:25 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 17
In this week's book basket we have the links to one book review and two author articles and have listed 11 book releases which include: "Be the Alchemist of Your Life" By Stine Koppernaes; "Still the Cicadas Sing: A Boy Comes of Age in Nazi Occupied Athens" by Gregory Gregoriadis; "White is the Coldest Colour" by John Nicholl; "Aftermath" by Dyna; "Gold in Quartz" By Ronald von Freymann; "Giant Killers: Overcoming Obstacles and Seizing Opportunities" By Steve Lawson; "Face Value" by Ian Andrew; "Schicksal" By Merima Jackson; "Freddy and Mrs Goodwich" By Adena Trevor; "Lost Hierarchy" by Khurram Arman and "The Woman at the Well: A Rauch Elohim Parable" By Georgette Prime-Godwin
May 21, 2015 - 6:03:29 AM

R.P. BenDedek
No Confidence in American Sanity
No Muslims have ever complained about this. I state this for a reason. Many times in my writing against Political Correctness I have pointed out that such things as Nativity Scenes are not offensive to anyone other than atheistic PC ideologues who hate God, religion and traditional Judeo-Christian history and culture. They are hardcore communists seeking to rip down the democratic state.
May 17, 2015 - 8:37:33 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 16
In this week's Book Basket we find the links to three author articles published since the last basket as well as one book review. We have a total of twelve titles in the book release section of the basket, and these are: "Shot in the Head A Sister's Memoir, A Brother's Struggle" by Katherine Flannery Dering; "Intrusion" By Lanayre Liggera; "Bland Encounter" by Donald Wightman; "The Golden Icon" by Janet Pywell; "Now You See Me: From Endangered to Extinction" by Diane Brischke; "An Ouroboros" by Paul Edward; "Bishop McIlvaine, Slavery, Britain & the Civil War" by Richard W. Smith; "Walking With Spirit" By Cynthia Maddox; "Embrace Happiness: The Art of Conflict Management" by Ali Soleymaniha; "The Wright Stuff: A Story of Perseverance, Inspiration and Hope" by Victor J. Wright and David Rutherford; "Christianity and Cosmic Consciousness: A Commentary on the Words of Jesus" By Alexis Georg Hoen and "Freaks I've Met" By Donald Jans
May 15, 2015 - 6:48:55 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Do we justify our own death?
I was recently intrigued by a particular comment made in a video dated April 29, 2015, narrated by Ezra Levant, the Commander of The Rebel Media group in Canada. The video was critical of sympathetic statements made in a video report by a member of the Toronto Star in relation to a convicted terrorist Omar Khadr. If Mr. Levant is correct, then the very western liberal people who defend and support the Islamic agenda in all its forms are not only filled with contempt for their historical and cultural backgrounds, but justifying the annihilation of both it and themselves.
May 8, 2015 - 8:43:46 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 15
In this week's Book Basket we have listed the links to two author articles and to two book reviews published this week, as well as ten book releases. The books are: "Accidental Droning" By Pete Liebengood; "King Alfred's Jewel" by David Hamilton; "The Tick Rider" By William Street; "Lo! Jacaranda: A Spanish Gypsy's Conte Jondo (Deep Song of the Caves)" By Harry Freiermuth; "Snake Amongst Shadows" by Chima Ezechukwu; "Banking on Confidence: A Guidebook to Financial Literacy" by Dale K. Cline; "Sir Christian de Galis and the Fish Gravy" By Carl E. Ramsey; "The Singer and His Songs" By Deke Rivers; "The Divine Curse" by Pat Smith and "Wind in Your Sails: Vital Strategies That Accelerate Your Entrepreneurial Growth" By David J. Greer
May 6, 2015 - 9:22:40 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 14
There are 11 books listed in the book basket this week, and links to three author articles and two book reviews. The books listed this week are: "I Believe in Miracles" By Deidre Spencer; "Just Maagy" by Virginia Stringer; "Message from Daddy: Healing Your Heart After the Loss of a Loved One" by Marguerite Vardman; "Shadows of Us" by Sylvia C. Stowers; "Lenten Reflections" By Milton Lopes; "The Wizard and the Quient" by T.J. Lemmer; ""A Call to Return" by Dan Alan Rodriguez; "Caregiving Full-Time and Working Full-Time" By Dr. Keith Washington; "Birth of an Assassin" by Rik Stone; "A Life in Two Worlds" By Thomas Hughes and "The Cockney Lad and Jim Crow" by John Sharer
Apr 30, 2015 - 9:33:25 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Australia, the lucky country? It COULD be, but it's NOT.
Holden Customer Care (Holden Car Sales) called me again yesterday, and the lady I spoke to assured me that Holden has taken on board all that I have said and will strive to do better in future. I asked her if she had actually read my original email, and she stuttered and stumbled around, so I explained it in short terms. I told her that all I want is an answer.... which figure is incorrect? I need to know if I have to get rid of my car and buy another to legally tow my caravan. I told her that so far, I have been totally stuffed around, with emails back and forth and phone calls, the enquiry being elevated to a higher level, only to come back down to the lower level person who calls me and tell me he doesn't know. I said all I want is an answer, and you people go through the required, automated motions that all look good on your files, but don't do a damned thing for your customers.
Apr 26, 2015 - 7:10:12 AM

Kenneth Tellis
Alonie the Lestres the alter ego of Joseph Goebbels
Many people may not be quite aware who Alonie de Lestres was, but that was the pseudonym taken by Abbe Joseph Adolphe Groulx Lyonel of Vaudreuil, Kebek, when he wrote his vitriolic diatribes against English-speaking people in Canada, even Roman Catholics, and anyone who was not Franco-Amerindian, or as he called himself, French, which was a fairy tale, since he was really a Metis like the rest of the Kebekois or Canadien. His theory on race was not just only a par with Paul Joseph Goebbels the Nazi German Propaganda Minister, but far worse than him. Because while he pretended that it was the English-speaking people in Canada that was denying the Franco-Amerindians their rights to language and culture, it was really the Franco-Amerindian that were denying these very rights to all non-Franco-Amerindians within areas that they controlled.
Apr 26, 2015 - 7:07:54 AM

Kenneth Tellis
Claims to an identity not really theirs is an avoidance of reality
If one visits Mexico, Peru or Venezuela, one is immediately made aware that the people speak of themselves as Mexicans, Peruvians or Venezuelans with a certain pride. Former Mexican President Vicente Fox-Quesada for one did not call himself Irish or Spanish, but simply Mexican. And today right across the Americas there is this pride in nationality, bypassing all the various origins of people's forefathers.
Apr 22, 2015 - 8:00:40 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Racist Israel cuts off Gaza
Such measures include 25 year sentences for those engaged in digging tunnels and even those whose only 'crime' is not reporting the existence of tunnels. Furthermore, and combined with stronger sanctions, it has been decided to expand the 'buffer zone' around Gaza. At the beginning of 2014 about 280-300 companies and factories were forced to close amid a blockade imposed by Israeli forces on the entry of construction materials into the Gaza Strip. The head of the Federation of Contractors in the Gaza Strip has claimed that the construction sector in Gaza is one of the most affected sectors and 50% of the construction projects have been stalled after construction materials could not enter through the tunnels.
Apr 21, 2015 - 8:39:05 AM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 13
In this week's basket we have the links to three author articles and three book reviews. Additionally there are 13 books listed this week in Book Basket 13. They are: "Through the Trials Just Believe" By Nitza Hollinger; "The Guardians" by Sandra Carvalho; "Beyond My Dreams" By Peter Marmureanu; "Bad Blood" By Guy Young; "Fort Ross" by Poletaev; "Australia's Secret War: How Unionists Sabotaged Our Troops in World War II" by Hal Colebatch; "A Beautiful Life Cut Short by Early Onset Alzheimer's: Marcia's Journey" By Denver D. Smith; "A Case of Greed: Litigation Runs Rampant" By Don L. McCarty; "Walk to Hope" By John Golder; "Outlawed" by Bobby Bright; "The Sketching Detective" By Jack McCormac; "American Magna Carta" by Robert Hamblett and "Tortured Love: A Novel of Life, Death and Hope" by Michael Khatkar
Apr 21, 2015 - 7:37:02 AM

Kenneth Tellis
The English language is much like the birth of a PEARL
Anyone remember U.S. Senator Samuel Ichiye Hayakawa of California, and his background? Here was a man born of Japanese immigrant parents in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His parents were not English-speaking, yet he Samuel Ichiye Hayakawa, worked hard to achieve his status and became a linguist and English professor at San Francisco State College. It takes a certain kind of person with vision to make a person an achiever. Then think about the Bolivian Jaime Escalante the East Lost Angles High School teacher, and how he achieved the success of his pupil through hard work.
Apr 19, 2015 - 6:21:21 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Christian Prayers are Offensive
Christian prayers, it seems, are offensive in this multicultural world, but Muslim prayers are not. Preventing Christian prayers in public places MUST BE STOPPED so as not to offend our multicultural values, whilst those who would prevent Muslim prayers MUST BE PUNISHED for discriminating against minority values.
Apr 17, 2015 - 8:03:03 PM

Kenneth Tellis
Ali Baba only had forty thieves, but Canadian politicians have many more
Today we see how the very standard of politics has dropped to a new low, when we view the farcical investigation and inquiry into how Senators have misspent taxpayers money, like it was going out of style. Note that most people appointed to the SENATE are not the average Joe or Jane, but well connected people of means. Which means that the Senate is really an upper class club, and that ordinary people are kept out in the cold.
Apr 15, 2015 - 8:21:11 PM

Kenneth Tellis
French Culture Minister Mme Fleur Pellerin auguring in a change of thinking
Mme Pellerin cautioned the French for being afraid of foreign words, and told them that they should consider outside influences as forces that are enriching the French culture. She went on to add that her country needed to awaken to the real world and not create unnecessary barriers to linguistic diversity in the real world.
Apr 15, 2015 - 8:18:58 PM

Kenneth Tellis
Are Canadians Gluttons for Punishment to want some more of the same?
Trudeau was a man who lacked moral fairness, and was a closet racist, pretending to be the saviour of Canada, when he really was dedicated to the destruction of English-speaking Canada's language, culture and history by his pretended openness and pseudo camaraderie.
Apr 15, 2015 - 8:10:17 PM

R.P. BenDedek
Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 12
In Book Basket 12 we have the links to three book reviews published this week and the links to two Author Articles published as well. In the Book publicity department we have listed ten books which are: "Walk Along with Nostalgia" By Ding Ding; "Money, Murder, and Madness: A Banking Life" By Forrest Russell Cook; "What Is Salvation?" By Bill Parker; "Dead Women Talking" by Tarona Hawkins; "Mommy, M.S. and Me" by Stephanie Garcia; "Unleash Your Dreams: Going Beyond Goal Setting" by Stephen Oliver; "grydscaen: tribute" By Natsuya Uesugi; "Giving Up the Ghost: Let Go of Grief and Restore Your life" By Karen Schultz; "The Cryptic Lines" by Richard Storry and "Truth to the First Power" by Mike Thomas
Apr 13, 2015 - 8:03:00 PM

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Giving the gift of Freedom
Agenda 21
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