The conversion of UC Berkley climate skeptic, Professor Richard Muller, to global warming believer has rocked the denialist community. Muller’s project took three years to prove the IPCC wrong and, instead, proved that the UN panel actually understated both the degree of warming and the role man made emissions played in causing it. Muller actually . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: The Consensus is Sound. We Have Much to Do.
Direct democracy is to representative democracy what extra-virgin olive oil is to refined olive oil. The latter is more cost effective and, perhaps according to some, just as good. But to the connoisseur, there is no substitute for the real stuff.
In the fourth article of his ongoing series on democracy, Toronto Star columnist . . . → Read More: Song of the Watermelon: Referendums: The Perils and the Possibilities
DIDN’T WATCH IT SORRY NOTHING TO SAY ABOUT IT. YAY NO TEAM AT ALL GET IT, IT’S A CONSENSUS GOVERNMENT JOKE