The sustainable economy
January 16, 2008, No Comments

December 18, 2007 Mandatory rules on greenhouse gases might be needed Governments give only lip service to sustainable d ...

How the U.S. election process works: David Jones
January 15, 2008, No Comments

We are grateful to David for his excellent election primer for all who are confused by the process (particularly the rol ...

California River Gets, and Gives, New Life
January 12, 2008, No Comments

We are so accustomed to bad environment news, we are compelled – and delighted – to publish this article in ...

Conrad Black on John McCain and others
January 12, 2008, 1 Comment

A nation seeking a hero Conrad Black: Why John McCain comes from a long, fine tradition of military men turned leaders , ...

Harper announces limited Schreiber inquiry
January 12, 2008, No Comments

Oh dear! We had hoped for more from David Johnston. It seems the taxpayer will once again be stuck with a bill involving ...

New Hampshire Primary: A 60,000-Vote Differential
January 11, 2008, 1 Comment

Jan 9, 2008 This analysis and the numerous thoughtful comments (unlike most of what we read these days) is worth reading ...

Kenya: Commentary on underlying conflicts
January 10, 2008, No Comments

January 10, 2008 We are extremely grateful to our friend Philip Osano for his lucid and detailed personal observations o ...

Campaign Spending
January 10, 2008, No Comments

The $1 billion campaign Jan 8th 2008 From Economist.com THE American presidential race in 2008 will be the costliest cam ...

Wednesday Night Salon #1349 – emerging markets
January 9, 2008, 1 Comment

9 January 2008   The Report The Primaries Predictably, the 2008 U.S. elections was a major topic for this Wednesday ...

WHY WE’RE SUPPORTING BARACK OBAMA
January 9, 2008, No Comments

Posted by our good friend and far-too-infrequent Wednesday Nighter, James A.W. Heffernan, on the Huffington Post I don&# ...