After days of intense talks, the Europeans apparently have finally reached a final deal to help Greece out of its latest financial misery.
Greece is broke. With a gross domestic product of about US$238 billion, the country had a government debt of about US$346 billion. Some of the country’s banks have very low reserves of . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: It was Greek to me #nlpoli
Given the level of odium in which the public holds politicians, the title of this post probably seems redundant. However, it is also appropriate given an article written by Lawrence Martin yesterday and a not-so-surprising revelation made in today’s Toronto Star.
First, Martin’s article, published yesterday in iPolitics, posits that our elected officials, . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Lying Politicians