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Ham-demic, served

Jackpot. We did it. We hooked them in. We got their pulses racing. Yes, just like that, we're thrust back in the Master's Chair, resuming our places as Keepers of Information and Sharers of Secrets.

STV or more of the same

Canada is not served very well by its party system, or our first-past-the-post electoral system. It's time to shake things up a bit. Federally, we have four centre-left parties if you include the Bloc, and one party on the right.

Want my vote? Reform the BCHRT

Casual observers of the news can be forgiven for seeing economy, environment and infrastructure as the most important issues in this year's provincial election.

It’s a numbers thing

The environmental movement can be extremely successful when it concentrates on a single issue. The ban on the pesticide DDT is one example. Reducing sulfur dioxide gas emissions to prevent acid rain is another.

Of turbans, saris and TNA bags: The changing face of nationality

Last Sunday, like clockwork, it happened again. I was standing in the Vancouver International Airport waiting to pass through the immigration department when the usual surge of panic I feel every time I enter Canada started flooding through my veins.

Suspension of disbelief

I've always been a common sense kind of guy, although that's not always a good thing.

When did facts become opinions?

We live in an age when truths have become matters of opinion. No longer can you shoot down an argument with a statement of fact - the fact, it seems, has become an argument all its own. Take Mark Steyn, for example.

Selling you to the highest bidder. Or, You’ve just been Facebooked

Ever wanted to see George W.

Stupid is as stupid does

One of the ongoing debates over the financial crisis is whether the movers and shakers who brought about a second depression were greedy or just plain stupid.

Lessons from APEC ’97

The Olympics are closing in. The countdown has begun. News organizations have flocked to Whistler to commemorate just one more year of waiting. RCMP helicopters and who knows what else are gazing down on us from above.
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