I wish I could take credit for the title sobriquet describing Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak, but that distinction lies with Val Patrick of Hamilton whose letter, along with several others that appear in today’s Star, I am taking the liberty of reproducing below. Enjoy!
Tea Party Tim Hudak has launched into . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Some Thoughts on ‘Tea Party Tim’
As a contrast to my earlier post about the Star and critical thinking, take a look at this poll and readers’ comments about Omar Khadr from Sun readers.
h/t Norm Spector Recommend this Post . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: The Sun: Demagoguery, Not Critical Thinking
I recently wrote a post entitled, What Do Bumper Stickers Reveal About Us? Part 1, in which I contemplated the implications of the one that reads: If You Don’t Stand Behind Our Troops, Feel Free To Stand In Front of Them. I ended that post by offering the opinion that the second part . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: What Do Bumper Stickers Reveal About Us? Part 2