Category: Politics

Failure to Blow

Or why the Conservative Party’s refusal to call for a judicial inquiry into election fraud is de facto guilt. “We saw with the in-and-out scheme, when the Conservatives were brought up on charges, they basically counter-sued Elections Canada and fought…

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Campaign Financing Loophole Still Persists

I recently happened upon an article about a Canadian campaign financing loophole that was written in 2007. The Globe and Mail reported yesterday that Elections Canada cannot track or cross-check donations to riding associations of less than $200. As a…

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Reagan in a Nutshell

I had to repost this from Reddit (user: Pilebsa) Reagan in a nutshell Criminal: Iran-Contra treason. Lied about it. Likely encouraged Iran to keep US Embassy hostages until he was into office. Fiscal: Supply-side economics. National debt tripled. $12 billion…

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What to think about Hezbollah

Like many people, I have mixed feelings about Hezbollah. On the one hand they seem to be closely tied to the corrupt clerics in Iran and are no stranger to anti-semitic remarks; but on the other, they are all that…

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Inaccurate?

While finding headlines for Novemberfourth.org the other day, I noticed something strange about the submissions on Digg pertaining to McCain and Palin. An enormous amount of them had been marked as being potentially inaccurate. This struck me as odd, since…

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Republicans and Recessions

While reading this post last night about the bond market, I couldn’t help but notice the graphic linked halfway down. It’s a graph mapping the correlation between recessions and some other economic stuff. What caught my eye though is that…

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Chomsky on Ron Paul

The following is a transcript of a conversation between Noam Chomsky and a Zmag forum user. It discusses some of the similarities and differences between the two schools of libertarian thought which have been discussed on this blog before. (Chomsky…

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