Editorial

Things Change

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March 10, 2011

by Mike Cahill Achilles and Hector are taking a stroll along the seashore. They walk slowly, Achilles limps a bit. Most of the old gods are retired now. Dionysus comes out for the spring festivals, mostly for the benefit of the tourists. Sappho and Aphrodite moved to an island and opened a bed and breakfast […]


The Cambridge Citizen:Your conduit to council

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January 30, 2011

James and I went to the public meeting at City Hall regarding the facelift in Downtown Galt on Thursday not just to see the plans, but  to corner, I mean talk to, the counselors individually, something that isn’t really possible at a council meeting. A far as the “facelift” goes, the plan is to improve […]


Planning for my demise.

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December 27, 2010

I have just finished writing the three most important pieces of my life. One will never see ink, one I’ll never see published but you may, and the other you are about to read. The first was my will. The loss of a very good friend last year made me realize the importance of planning […]


Say what you like about Mayor Craig, but he’s got my vote

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October 22, 2010

I decided to publish this under a seperate thread as it is as true today as when when it was published in The Record June 02, 2008. Scot Ferguson I like His Worship (just call me Doug) Craig. He told me recently he plans on running for “one more term in 2010” and I’m glad. […]


Hope Brings Change

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October 14, 2010

Hope brings change, at least that is what they tell us, and almost everyone that is interested in the 2010 Municipal election is hoping for change, but what kind of change are we going to get?.  And would it be the end of the world if Doug Craig won re-election? Now before you curse me […]


Doug Craig:The Spawn of Satan?

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August 1, 2010

If you read The Advocate you already know that our Esteemed Mayor is the Spawn of Satan.  When they are not regurgitating (plagiarizing) real news from legitimate sources, it seems to have become somewhat of a game for The Pundits over there to target him and Cambridge Council, but they never contact them to explain […]


Thank you to Cambridge Citizen Readers

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August 1, 2010

I’d like to thank everyone and give a big “shout out” to all the readers of The Citizen. I have been going over the stats, and I wanted to share some of the numbers with you. In just a few weeks, as of yesterday, we have over 6,000 page views from 14 countries including regular […]


The Cambridge Citizen:your Voice of reason

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July 12, 2010

I’m back. I have been on hiatus from local issues to work on my first novel Shadow Dragons, but James Hillis has disturbed my vacation in Fictionland. He has convinced me that Shadow Dragons can wait. I am disgusted with what I see going on at The Advocate. Just before the last election Colin Carmichael […]


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