Nov 5 2008
| Next Tuesday is the 90th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the First World War.
Nov 4 2008
| The pivotal moment for me in the U.S. presidential campaign came during the Republican convention last August, when Rudolph Giuliani couldn't get the words "community organizer" out of his mouth with
Nov 3 2008
| In the final days of the election, many Republicans seem to have given up the fight for power. But that doesn't mean they are relaxing.
Oct 31 2008
| How did this U.S. election come to be about socialism?
Oct 30 2008
| Election Day approaches, and with it a test of our election system's integrity. Who will be allowed to vote; who will be barred?
Oct 30 2008
| In the past month or so I believe there has been a seismic shift amongst a majority of Americans.
Oct 29 2008
| The main operating assumption of the neoliberal era is now everywhere in question.
Oct 27 2008
| Was the federal election just a bad dream? After five weeks of fear and loathing, disappointment and disbelief, Canadians woke up to election results that were hardly different.
Oct 26 2008
| A few months ago, in this very space, I told you I wasn't totally sold on the idea of "cloud computing." Well I'm starting to change my mind.
Oct 24 2008
| I was on a treadmill as I watched Stéphane Dion resign. (Block that metaphor!) Nothing so ill became his era as its ending.
Oct 16 2008
| Sometimes I wonder why I continue to try to get my friends and family to try new tech.
Oct 8 2008
| There has been no shortage of amusement the past two weeks as the world economy circles the toilet bowl on one hand, while on the other two national elections get sillier and sillier.
Oct 7 2008
| With the prospect of a Harper majority hanging menacingly over the country, the mind inevitably turns to the question: Just what is the "secret agenda" lurking behind the friendly sweater?
Oct 7 2008
| I suppose Stéphane Dion thought he was delivering a knockout blow when he hit out at Jack Layton for championing "old socialism."
Oct 6 2008
| All of the political parties are treating this election like any other.<!--x/-->
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