Monthly Archives: March 2013

Printing money doesn’t make sense

Canada is part of a scary international experiment. If I call it “quantitative easing” you might pass out or flee. But I bet “governments printing money like there’s no tomorrow” gets your attention.
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MPs need the elusive quiet

For Christians Easter Sunday is an eerie pause between Good Friday’s tumult and the even greater upheaval of Easter Monday, so quiet, C.S. Lewis says in the Narnia Chronicles, “you feel as if nothing was ever going to happen again.” … Continue reading

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The Top 5, March 30

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Madely in the morning, March 25

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Robson concludes successful column

Oh, here’s a surprise. A press release tells me “Minister Clement Concludes Successful Trip to Washington”. You don’t say.
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