The Daily Blog Open Mic – Saturday 6th October 2018


Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.

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  1. We need to restore many of our industries that we were very good at.

    Like our former woolen carpeting factories that always supplied all our former ‘commonwealth’ countries as I saw in Canada and UK, as well as I saw also in the US during the 1980’s though they were outside the commonwealth.

    As of now we have virtually no woolen carpeting factories here or around the world.

    No date no one else other then China and India are making woolen carpeting (who have our complete wool clip export and are forcing the cost down to less than $3 dollars a kilo killing our sheep farmers incomes.

    Woolen carpeting is the very best floor insulation against cold damp houses and would make our homes more healthy to live in now since nylon carpeting is found to be very toxic to our health, and poor at insulating our homes against cold damp homes.

    • +100 CLEANGREEN…well said ….and woollen blankets ( better than duvets)

      ….we need a whole new high quality top end branded unique wool industry from carpets to blankets to fashion garments to sports wear ( and they don’t pollute like polyprops)

    • Maybe reduced the minimum wage to a dollar an hour or even a day then, to compete with China and India and others? That is what the global economy looks like, my friend.

      We live in an insane system, most are blinkered and do not want to see or hear the truth.

  2. Oct. 5, 2018

    WASHINGTON — Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh appeared destined for final confirmation to the Supreme Court after two key undecided senators — Susan Collins of Maine and Joe Manchin III of West Virginia — announced Friday that they would support his elevation to the high court after the most divisive confirmation fight in decades.

    Ms. Collins’ lengthy speech on the Senate floor dwelled as much on Judge Kavanaugh’s judicial record as on the sexual misconduct charges that have consumed his nomination. She did conclude, “We will be ill-served in the long run if we abandon the presumption of innocence.”

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