WE invite participation, having ourselves read something of the Greek scholar Leo Strauss and his role in creating the school of philosophy that underpins, in the words of Shadia Drury, a (in 1988) "new brand iof rabid, radical , nihilistic , and postmodern conservatism."
And those are Strauss's positive values.
Would really like to see babble come to some understanding of this guy - and hence some understanding of Stephen Harper - so that we don't fall back on crudities like comparisons with the late Adolph Schickelgruber(hope I got the spelling nearly right. I'll check).
We have to be more sophisticated than the enemy. And with this past week's events under our belt, we can truly call Dubya's "Steve" , "the enemy", eh? (Hope this doesn't screw up my chances of U.S. overflight. Really want to get to Cuba to thaw out.)
Anyone with some thoughts on Leo?