Platform, Bozos and Rogues.
In the previous entries in this series, I have discussed how the Wildrose Party neglected Edmonton to the detriment of winning northern Alberta seats and how the issue of conscience rights and statements made by one … Read More... “Was it a “Burning Lake of Fire,” or…. Wildrose Growing Pains – Part 3 of 4” Read more
Monday morning, April 23, 2012, I woke up excited and ready to face Alberta Election 2012.
Since Monday night I have been racking my brain, trying to get a handle on just what went wrong, at the last minute, and … Read More... “Was it a "Burning Lake of Fire," or…. Wildrose Growing Pains – Part 1 of 4” Read more
This is my second opinion piece on Bill 26. My first can be found here
Section 11 of the Canadian Constitution protects citizens’ legal rights in criminal proceedings. These proceedings commence the moment a person is charged with an offence … Read More... “Trampling on our rights – Redford Government out of Control” Read more
While pondering the genius or idiocy behind the passing of Bill 26: Traffic Safety Amendment Act, 2011 (Danyluk) in Alberta, it struck me, the Alberta government could learn something from Jewish law and the origin of gezeirah (גְּזֵרַת), or fence … Read More... “Building fences around the law – Bill 26 (Alberta)” Read more
So the price of fuel is ridiculously high. Is there anything we can do to bring it down? Not unless we control the oil companies. The government is studying the problem. I doubt their study will amount to much since … Read More... “High fuel prices. What can I do about it?” Read more