There are people out there who can out-kitsch Thomas Kinkade.
When they do, I dearly hope that they will be as lovingly annotated as this lovely picture of Jesus holding the Constitution, surrounded by a plethora of faces, many familiar.
Mousing ov… more »
This bill has been causing some stir in Alberta.
Essentially, the bill modifies the Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Act RSA-2000 cH-14 here with modifications that, for the most part, add sexual orientation to these protected categories… more »
I thought we might escape the Canadian premiere of this poor documentary, having seen nothing of the sort in upcoming movie listings, but I am informed on the theatre locator page of the Expelled! movie site that there are two locations where it will be… more »
I doubt that I would see eye to eye with Ezra Levant on many things. The Reform Party is pretty antithetical to my views, and even within the Reform Party context, I thought Preston Manning was a gentleman, and Stockwell Day, whom Ezra supported, was a m… more »
It has been a little bit tough to find detailed information on what exactly Craig Chandler, the controversial candidate whose comments have landed him in hot water - with Premier Ed Stelmach initiating a formal review - said to get himself in such hot wa… more »
What the hell happened to McCain? He has pulled such a hard 180° that the undercarriage has scattered bits for miles.
Now's he on the attack against Roe versus Wade?!
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Republican presidential candidate John McCain, looking to… more »
A thought struck me when deep in good conversation with a friend of mine the other day that the seemingly strong association between right wing philosophy and fundamentalist Christianity is one of a particular match-up with philosophy.
This is partly… more »
My wife and I went down to our local polling station at the sportsplex, bought a Progressive Conservative party membership for $5 apiece, and voted.
My wife felt "less dirty" than she thought she would feel buying a party membership - it's just pragma… more »
Has the Calgary Sun become less conservative over time, or is Ted Morton really that spookily right-wing a character?
Dining on fabulous nosh at Willy's (and strangely, finding the owners had used turkey bacon as a substitute for bacon), I opened up t… more »
This video has been showing up in a few places. Sometimes associated with a "Don't Vote For Bush!" theme, sometimes not. It's an old educational video by the 'war department', and you can find it listed as "Don't Be A Sucker".
It's a 17 minute interes… more »
This ad for the Canadian Forces has been showing up on television of late.
I must say that the approach is intriguing. It's gritty, it's unglamorous, and it's tense, both in music, visuals and themes. One scene, if I don't miss my guess, even flashes… more »
Taking a subject more near and dear to Adam's heart, Defective By Design has October 3rd announced as "Day Against DRM".
That's a little better than the passive-aggressive I-won't-buy-your-crap I had planned; I'm impressed with social activism like th… more »
I haven't been particularly interested in politics apart from the past, okay, it's approaching a decade. In particular, though, anything that makes international travel less safe (I specifically told the travel agent to avoid all US stopovers for our hon… more »
I didn't even notice it creeping up on us: the GST has been reduced from 7% to 6% here, just on the Canada Day weekend.
We first encountered it waiting in line behind a couple of people making returns at a store. We wondered why it was taking such a l… more »
I just read an article on Rolling Stone about this man, and it personifies everything that frightens me about the theocratization movements south of the border.
It's a long article, but the thrust of Sam Brownback can be understood from a few quotes..… more »