Monthly Archives: March 2007

Keeping it Simple

It is always uplifting to be so vigorously cross-examined, so I must first be grateful to have a most worthy adversary in Mr. Rainswept! It reminds me that intellectual vigor still exists in this often shallow world. It was not … Continue reading

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Sierra Club bathes in Conservative afterbirth

I observed with glee the Supreme Court of Canada striking down our old “terrorism” law concerning the ability of the government to hold suspects without charges. Stephen Harper was further ticked off when parliament didn’t play ball with the security … Continue reading

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