Category Archives: Politics

Who Knew Freedom of Speech Would be So Complicated?

This article originally started with the sentence “I can’t remember the last time I agreed with Jeffrey Lord.”  That may no longer be true. It’s true that his conservative views are about as far away from my more liberal approach … Continue reading

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Trump Redux: Us Against the Swamp

Here it comes, the triumph of good over evil.  Trump will fall.  There is unrestrained glee throughout the land (well, until they get a little more of Mike Pence, perhaps). So that’s it, right? Not so fast, you liberal tree-huggers. … Continue reading

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Energy #16 – The Big Build

Energy #16 – The Big Build Continue reading

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Energy #15 – An Answer for the Premier

Premier Kathleen Wynne is looking for a way to attack the rising cost of electricity, an increasingly dangerous political issue in Ontario. She has already given up the 8% Ontario portion of the HST, sure enough, but the public has … Continue reading

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How Bad Can It Be, Really?

[This is my fourth attempt at an article on the Trumpian ascendancy.  I usually set an article aside for a day or two, then come back to it and see if it’s silly, prosaic or boring before publishing it.  The … Continue reading

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