There’s a number of stories I’m working on for next week, but for today, here are a few things to read on your Sunday coffee break. The BC governments move into the Renminbi market last year should be news again shortly, as the one year bonds issued come to maturity: this is the story fromContinue reading For your Sunday coffee break
Yes, I am still on vacation- some lovely photos on the way – but two things happened in the last 24 hours that made the bile rise in my throat, and I can no longer contain myself. First bile raising incident: I had a brief discussion yesterday with someone who mentioned this whole HST thing was a bigContinue reading Incongruity of HST fallout and “repercussions” signal new low for BC Liberals and media messengers alike.
“…I know I can’t go back to working parallel to the real problems, hiding my opinions and yet somehow hoping that one viewer every night might piece together what I wanted to say. I thought if I paid my dues and worked my way up through the ranks, I could maybe reach a position ofContinue reading ” Losing an illusion makes you wiser than finding the truth” ~ Karl Ludwig Borne
In the course of conversation with several acquaintances recently, the topic of media bias – or lack of it, shall I say – popped up. Of course, I thought it pertinent to ask whether anyone was aware that the company that owns both our big local papers , and other media conglomerates, have made donationsContinue reading ” In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” ~ George Orwell