Social media and the Death of the Nation

November 16, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By: Katie Callen This worthless life we lead sitting like slobs watching people’s drama unfold is unreal to say the least. I your fearless leader am at fault now! I come to you via face book but that’s what troubles me. Why do I sit here and watch like a […]

Good Morning Americana

November 13, 2014 Jaslyn 0

Good Morning Americana, It’s 50 degrees outside, the sun is just barely shining through the dense clouds and we woke up late. Extremely late. Consequently I had to take my daughter to school this morning. Half asleep, mongering around my house, trying not trip over a toy, or bowl of […]

A weed by any other name would smell as sweet

November 12, 2014 David Pratt 0

By: David Pratt You would think in the victory lap of a populist movement focusing on civil liberty, freedom of choice and a plant that tends to unwind the uptight that you wouldn’t have to stress over busybody, school-hall-monitor types waiting to wash your mouth out with soap as soon […]

Not for Laughs

November 10, 2014 Maven Cade Leary 0

By: Maven Cade Leary It’s 4:04 in the morning, the 21st of July, just a few days after Hunter S. Thompson’s birthday. The night, a long and treacherous journey, has returned me unscarred to my decrepit abode in the Cote-des-Neiges ghetto. A journey into the heart of Montreal, and the […]

Re-Evolution: A Thought Process

November 8, 2014 Maven Cade Leary 0

By: Maven Cade Leary A revolution in the social sense is a word that implies a change in a current state, where an established order must be destroyed in order to give way to another. The distinction between a rebellion, a revolution, and evolution is mostly in the way in […]