Monthly Archives: November 2007
Wait a minute. What’s this? While everyone’s been standing on guard against two-tier health care it turns out we’ve got two-tier education. I want an expensive, restrictive, dysfunctional federal law and I want it now. Now now now.
We cannot … Continue reading
Cassandra was my kind of gal. Unfortunately I can’t find her statue anywhere on Parliament Hill.
In case you attended a progressive, fact-free school, she’s the unfortunate Trojan princess granted the gift of foresight by Apollo but … Continue reading
One of the joys of writing opinion columns is imagining that every Friday, in countless government offices, keen analytical minds share my ideas with colleagues and suggest that I may be the most preposterous lunatic ever to chew through the … Continue reading
So now we learn that “Radical Jack” was actually “Reactionary Jerk” and swiftly airbrush another page out of our national history. Take that, you dead white anglo male.
The background here is quite embarrassing. The National Capital Commission, in its Sparks … Continue reading