Monthly Archives: November 2008
Apparently the Carleton University Students Association won’t refuse to raise money for cystic fibrosis after all. Remarkable what they sometimes end up teaching in schools, isn’t it?
Not including the “fact” that cystic fibrosis (CF) primarily affects white men. Although it … Continue reading
As the global mental meltdown continues, the wisdom of decades has disappeared in weeks. We are left poorer for it.
Take deficits… please. How long did it take us to learn, or say we’d learned, that they were bad? … Continue reading
If Barack Obama were elected Prime Minister of Canada, how would he fix health care? It is not an idle question.
American politics is necessarily interesting to Canadians for several reasons. It’s inherently fascinating, even horrifying, because it’s so exuberant. In … Continue reading