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The Scott Ross: David McGuinty Shows How Canada Is Changing Alberta

With Alberta’s rise, in population and wealth, its power is said to be growing, however seeing the reaction to Liberal MP David McGuinty’s recent comments it appears Ontario’s influence is thicker than even oil. For where Alberta is a province know… . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: David McGuinty Shows How Canada Is Changing Alberta

The Scott Ross: Ideology Involves Action

Efficiency has no allegiances and your beliefs are meaningless if you do nothing about them. These are two messages for the federal Liberals in Canada and they come from Tea Party supporter and Arizona Congressman David Schweikert (video below)

“How do you teach people that a movement isn’t sitting around a room and . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Ideology Involves Action

The Scott Ross: The Meaning of Prometheus

The message of Prometheus, the film and the myth, is that the new succeeds at the cost of the old. (This contains spoilers)

This message is alluded to in the first scene where on a barren Earth an Engineer after taking an unknown substance dies and decays into the water where his transforming blood . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: The Meaning of Prometheus

Polygonic: La France Forte, or Why You Desperately Need Sarko Standing On the Beach

The French presidential campaign is kicking into high gear, and Nicolas Sarkozy has one key message for his ungrateful people: vote him back in, and he promises to spend his second term standing on the beach, like a magnificant granite Colossus, liquifying overseas demons with the sheer power of his blue-eyed gaze.

Don’t believe . . . → Read More: Polygonic: La France Forte, or Why You Desperately Need Sarko Standing On the Beach

World Headlines Review: British Ethics: A Dark Comedy

North Sea Oil Drilling by crawfish head

Yesterday, January 6th 2011, the UK Parliamentary committee appointed to look into whether the government should enact a moratorium on deep-water drilling in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico-BP oil disaster, has ruled out the need for a halt to new projects before new regulations can . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: British Ethics: A Dark Comedy