In my latest National Post column I play “delivery guru” for the benefit of Liberals and baffled citizens.
In my latest National Post column I warn that electoral reform is Justin Trudeau’s most dangerous idea.
In my latest National Post column I argue that Canadian conservatives played themselves for fools yet again in the last election.
In my latest National Post column, I wrap up my series on how not to vote with a simple recommendation for what to do: Cast a ballot that doesn’t leave you feeling dirty. Personally I’m voting libertarian. But if you won’t do that, choose another clean option, an independent, a protest candidate or a returned ballot, rather than marking an “X” that compromises your integrity in order to make the problem worse.
In my latest National Post column, I argue that voting should and can be something more than a squalid and cunning effort to put the lesser evil in power.
I’m scheduled to be on 770 Afternoons at around 3:30 (eastern) this afternoon, with Danielle Smith, to talk about my latest National Post column. You can listen live at the link.
A nice comment on iPolitics about my “Why I Can’t Vote For the Harper Tories” National Post column, from Michael Harris, who I worked with at CFRA. There’s something fishy about him calling me an “old trout” as I don’t make a habit of saluting colleagues as “abalone” or “plaice” or other terms associated with aquatic life. But nice otherwise.
Ottawa is a strange place. But the trial of Mike Duffy is weird even by its standards, as I explain in C2C Journal in the only format that seemed suitable to the occasion.
The final episode of Reality University Podcast is up. It deals with one of the great heroes in the struggle for liberty, Sir Edward Coke.
This coming Monday the organizers are releasing an online version of the speech on Magna Carta I gave at the Essentials of Freedom Conference in Calgary and selling tickets for those who want to watch it and join me for an online Q&A session afterward. Go here for details.