Still convalescing from food-poisoning, I realized today that my re-entry into regular blogging will likely be slower than I had anticipated. Nonetheless, as the situation has permitted, I have been spending some time getting caught up in my newspaper reading, and would like to recommend a fine piece by Thomas Friedman entitled, Why I Am . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Thomas Friedman on What Being Pro-Life Should Really Mean
Oh, how I hope this news shakes up Harper’s arrogant smugness. Recommend this Post
Despite the fact that I hold The Globe and Mail in very low esteem, I do periodically check its website to find out the latest in right-wing thinking. Such was the case today when I read Neil Reynolds’ latest, entitled, Why the ‘sacred’ still matters to voters.
Like his colleague Margaret Wente, Reynolds rarely . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Another Fatuous Neil Reynolds Column