The battle over whether the Tories are stonewalling on the costs of their justice legislation has morphed into a broader debate over Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s secretive and controlling approach to running government. Last week, Commons Speaker Peter Milliken issued a historic rebuke to the Conservatives for flouting the will and rights of Parliament by … Continue reading A very sorry state, indeed
I’ve gotten all my midterms back and I’ve gotten an A on all of them – 93%, 90%, 87%, 86%. I’m pretty pleased with myself; next stop: straight As! I know I can do it. Let’s hope I can 🙂 Today I almost got fucking hit by a car, it was actually possibly one of … Continue reading Today, or this week
In a growing, innovative market economy, greenhouse gas emissions must face restrictions and penalties if they are ever to decline. It is that simple. Mr. Graham Campbell, Director General, Office of Energy Research and Development, Department of Natural Resources. http://www2.parl.gc.ca/HousePublications/Publication.aspx?DocId=1875334&Language=E&Mode=1&Parl=38&Ses=1&File=12#ftn51 The fact of the matter is, I don’t see how we, as a society, will be … Continue reading Thank you. Now stop complaining.