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Politics and its Discontents: I Come Not To Praise Flaherty

I have thus far avoided writing about Jim Flaherty’s passing for a very simple reason; it is difficult, if not impossible to keep separate his family’s personal loss with the man’s record as a politician. Yet two pieces I read in yesterday’s Star convinced me otherwise, and they allow me to offer my own . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: I Come Not To Praise Flaherty

Politics and its Discontents: Industry Self-Regulation – Another Update

Last week I wrote two posts on the Harper regime’s ideological decision not to impose mandatory reporting of drug shortages on the pharmaceutical industry. The government instead has placed its market-driven faith on a voluntary system, with results nearly as disastrous as those in Canada’s food industry, which also enjoys a high degree of . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Industry Self-Regulation – Another Update

Politics and its Discontents: In Praise of Thanksgiving

I’m especially thankful this year for turkey.

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Politics and its Discontents: What The Closure of The Experimental Lakes Area Really Means

To learn the truly tragic dimensions of this Harper maneuver to silence yet another dissenting scientific voice, please check out this article by Michael Harris. After reading it, I think you will likely agree that the health of Canadians is pretty low on the list of Dear Leader’s priorities. Recommend this Post . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: What The Closure of The Experimental Lakes Area Really Means