Monthly Archives: May 2008
Maxime Bernier burned his way through a promising political career amazingly fast. I don’t know what this former future prime minister and sexiest MP in the House will do next. Maybe go tell his old Parti Québécois friends Anglos are … Continue reading
The Victoria Day long weekend produced the usual outburst of ill-mannered resentment at the monarchy. I’d say just ignore it, except for the harm three decades of presumptuous ignorance have already done to our constitutional order.
Last Thursday Toronto Star columnist … Continue reading
My enthusiasm for an amphibious assault on the Irrawaddy delta is extremely limited. I appear, once again, to be the weirdo.
On Tuesday former Liberal foreign minister Lloyd Axworthy surfaced in this newspaper calling for us to exercise the … Continue reading
Donald Savoie’s new book on the breakdown of government in Canada will leave you both wiser and more worried. It’s a worthwhile trade-off. But please also leave room on your bedside table for Jean Louis de Lolme’s The Constitution of … Continue reading