Monthly Archives: June 2014

A quick and dirty analysis

Last Thursday vote was a bit of a humdrum affair – no excitement and most appeared to approach the duty as just that a duty. Just looking at the statistics and pondering awhile doesn’t do much except reinforce stereotypes. As…

Well we’re glad that’s over

The Provincial election that is. Only in Canada and the UK and Australia¬†the USA, can 68% of the electorate be told to rub salt and that their political aspirations don’t count. Until we adopt proportional representation look for minorities to…

A thoughtful post

But it does not offer any solutions! The latest edition of the Fourth and One/Fifth is frontpaged by an article written by John Miller (bio here).¬†In this article he lays out the happenings and history of the dispute that has…