PHOTOS: Athabasca University’s new president, Neil Fassina, who started work this week (Athabasca University photo). Below: AU Faculty of Health Disciplines Dean Margie Edwards, former interim president Peter MacKinnon and, regarding a totally unrelated matter, Donald J. Trump Neil Fassina, former provost and academic vice-president of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, started work in . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Athabasca University Students Union eyes legal action to block retroactive changes to nursing program
Noam Chomsky is considered a rogue commentator in the United States. His critiques of power illustrates the gross realpolitik that runs the US government and its foreign policy. Traditionally, we tend to think of ourselves as the “good guys”. In reality though, we seldom have that role. A look at the recent history of . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Western Backed Dictatorships – Our Energy Bread and Butter
Fuck the USA!*
*and to be fair, fuck Canada for allowing the Harper Conservatives to drag our country through the muck, down the same failed, destructive and suicidal path as our neighbours to the south
Yeah, I know there are many good and decent individual Americans, and I acknowledge that . . . → Read More: The Ranting Canadian: Fuck the USA!*
*and to be fair, fuck Canada for allowing the…
I have been a fan of Sasha Issenberg for a while now, reading his articles on Slate.com, enjoying him on the Slate Political Gabfest podcast and then devouring his fantastic book “The Victory Lab: The secret science of winning campaigns.” So when I heard that he was going to speak in Toronto at an . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: Sasha Issenberg (author of “The Victory Lab: The secret science of winning campaigns”) speaks to the Samara Institute.
Tonight President Barack Obama will be re-elected, Democrats will keep the Senate and for no apparent reason the Republicans will keep the House of Representatives for another 2 years. More awesomely, Wisconsin is going to elect America’s first openly gay … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: 10 Ballot measures to Watch in Tonight’s U.S. election
I don’t normally like to make predictions. Mostly because I don’t like being wrong on the record. However, I would like to predict that there is a good chance that Mitt Romney will pick Ohio Senator Rob Portman as his Vice-Presidential running mate.
Mitt Romney is not a gambler. He succeeded in business (not a . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: It’ll probably be Portman
Mitt Romney reacts–if you wonder why he doesn’t try and slam President Obama for changing his position, it’s probably because he doesn’t believe in evolution and he would lose any “flip flopping” debate.
Someone needs to re-mix President Obama’s statement on marriage-equality like Will.I.Am did in 2008. Maybe Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: President Obama Evolves on Marriage-Equality. Thankfully, Nobody Pressed “B.”