Monthly Archives: October 2011

Political correctness killing Halloween

Oh boy. Monday is Hallowe’en… except at one of those Canadian schools where it’s “caring day” or some such non-existent festival of sentimental mush. But as G.K. Chesterton warned back in 1925 “Normal people enjoy special occasions without knowing why, … Continue reading

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The Top Five, October 29

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Flat tax an idea worth discussing

What could be sexier than flat taxes? Other than supermodels, firefighters’ calendars, exotic perfume or, frankly, a plate of lima beans. But they have American politics all shook up and rightly so.
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Quebec’s seat count self-inflicted wound

The latest insult to Quebec’s special place in Confederation is the Harper Tories’ intention to give Ontario, Alberta and BC more MPs because they have more people. Oh boo heu.
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The Top Five, October 22

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