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Category Archives: veterans
A Little Weekend Humour.
The Reason I joined the Royal Navy! You see, all people in the Army are soldiers, all privates are soldiers, but not all soldiers are privates. Some are officers who are commissioned, but some are officers who are not commissioned. … Continue reading
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Don’t be fooled twice.
If you remember the last by-election where the voters chose the PC candidate. Do you remember the candidate promises to work hard for the people. Now some time has passed and have you seen any changes any promises fulfilled.? Because … Continue reading
The Throne Speech!
To begin, I didn’t listen to the throne speech, just didn’t spike my interest, it was mostly filled with empty words. However, I couldn’t avoid hearing two of our local liberal MPs praising their leader on the morning radio. I … Continue reading
The upcoming by election!!
I would never try tell anyone how to vote, however, It might be ok to offer advice. If you noted the very recent election in New Brunswick, the PC Government was given a majority with only 39% on the vote. … Continue reading
No fair balance in Legion sob story
I’m frustrated with the PEI Guardian newspaper coverage of the Legion articles pleading for government assistance. Two bias articles appeared on 5th and 8th September 2020. After reading the first article on 5th I immediately sent in a rebuttal. Both … Continue reading
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Ottawa must help Legions?NOT
This headline appeared in the opinion page, Saturday 5th Sept edition of the Guardian.. The article paints a very warm and cozy picture of today’s legions. However, that picture is not at all accurate. Most of today’s legions are merely … Continue reading
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Some interesting Trivia
I wonder if you know some of these very interesting facts??? 1. In the 1400s a law was set forth in England that a man was allowed to beat his wife with a stick no thicker than his thumb.Hence we have … Continue reading