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So I won't be posting here again.Walter and Michael and Keith can solve the problems of the USA among themselves. Thanks for reminding me of yet another reason I don't live there. Panama was much…Continue

Article from Tuesday's Business section of the Atlantic Magazine

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Why Canada Is Able to Do Things BetterMost of the country understands that when it comes to government, you pay for what you get.…Continue


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Threatened and called names by faceless cowards thousands of miles away.I am shaking in my boots.Not really because neither one of them can afford to buy a ticket to Panama.Keep dreaming boys or in…Continue

Telling the whole story

Started by Keith Woolford. Last reply by Walter R. Steiner 6 hours ago. 8 Replies

The United States came in next at 31 per cent, followed by Australia (30 per cent), and France (29 per cent). Countries with the lowest percentage of fatal crashes tied to alcohol were Israel (3.2…Continue

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Comment by Keith Woolford 17 hours ago

Comment by louis josey on Monday

JUDEO CHRISTIAN VALUES. Don't know why, but this came to mind. Searched Google and found it very enlight-NING.God Bless America

Comment by Keith Woolford on July 14, 2017 at 8:06pm
I only respond to members who use their real names, like real people do. The rest are just fake news.
Comment by Walter R. Steiner on July 9, 2017 at 8:50pm

Trump and Trudeau arguing about internet addresses (.ca vs .com)

Comment by Walter R. Steiner on July 5, 2017 at 8:35am

The U.S. is increasingly being overlooked as a positive influence on the world stage, according to a survey from Ipsos MORI. 18,000 people were polled in 25 nations and only 40 percent of them felt that the U.S. has a strong or somewhat positive influence on global affairs.

That was far behind its northern neighbour Canada, which was seen as setting a good global example by 81 percent of the survey's respondents.

The U.S. also trailed China and it dropped 24 percentage points since last year's survey. That's primarily due to faltering global confidence in President Trump's leadership as well as rising skepticism about his "America First" policies.

Canada, Germany and France are seen as remaining relatively neutral amid a global tidal wave of nationalistic populism.

Amid the ongoing Brexit saga, both Britain and the European Union are seen as having positive influence by 57 percent of people. Israel and Iran are only seen as having a good global influence by 32 and 21 percent of people respectively.

This chart shows the share saying the following have a strongly/somewhat positive influence on world affairs.

Canada Seen As The Most Positive Influence Globally

Comment by Stephen Duggan on May 31, 2017 at 7:18pm

Trump vs the planet Earth - 2 different perspectives: Europe and Asia:

How they respond

Comment by Walter R. Steiner on May 24, 2017 at 9:21am

I notice that Kelvin is not a member anymore. He either got booted by Liz or got fed up dealing with the jerks who mock him. Some people's skin is thinner than others'...

I'll stay a bit longer. I'm having too much fun with these trolls...

Comment by Walter R. Steiner on May 22, 2017 at 7:19pm

He didn't want to sit next to a Democrat, so he stole somebody else's seat:

Comment by Walter R. Steiner on May 20, 2017 at 9:31pm

I see that you signed up as well, Louis...;-)

Just a thought: Does your middle name start with "M"?

So your full name is Josey, Louis M. as in JLM?

Comment by louis josey on May 19, 2017 at 7:46pm

Thank you Ning for the "RANT" It gives these kids a playground so they don't have to deal with adults


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