Monthly Archives: March 2005

Neurologist on Schiavo

March 31, 2005 1 Comment »

He takes issue with Dr Chesire’s (from the Mayo Clinic) diagnosis of non-PVS. Transcript here. Normal CT on left, Schiavo’s on right Read More »

Interesting legal dissection…

March 31, 2005 Comments Off on Interesting legal dissection…

… of the Schiavo case and why the federal judges probably ruled the way they did Read More »

Made my TFT transparent…

March 30, 2005 1 Comment »

You can too Read More »

“Culture of Life”, my @$$

March 29, 2005 1 Comment »

Right up there with Islam as the “religion of peace” is the mistaken idea that those supporting the parents of Terri Schiavo are part of a “culture of life”. Not for the first time, the judge’s life has been threatened, ... Read More »

Stop school violence: arm the teachers, says NRA

March 26, 2005 Comments Off on Stop school violence: arm the teachers, says NRA

This should make an interesting sidebar to the contract negotiations… an NRA spokeperson has said in the wake of the school shooting in Minnesota that teachers should carry weapons. Imagine the power of the American teacher’s unions then&# Read More »

Growth

March 25, 2005 Comments Off on Growth

Why is it that Manitoba is growing, and Saskatchewan isn’t Read More »

Feds to outlaw file sharing

March 25, 2005 1 Comment »

It looks like there is cross party consensus on this issue, but what about this ruling that said it was legal? I thought judges knew everything? Swap while you can&# Read More »

Two stories everyone should read

March 24, 2005 Comments Off on Two stories everyone should read

One woman who’s been where Schiavo’s family has been Phil would have been 37 next week. Had he lived, he would still be in the hospital, not dead but not alive either. I have a son now, a one-year-old boy ... Read More »

So the budget’s in…

March 23, 2005 2 Comments »

… and all I can say is boo-urns! I’ll quote the Sask Party (shudder) as a response: Never before has a government done so little with so much Read More »

It’s called a bargaining table for a reason

March 23, 2005 1 Comment »

Saskatchewan teachers approved a strike vote yesterday and Monday after nearly a year of “bargaining” with the SSTA. The government’s 0-1-1 position remains unchanged. If the government was honest, they announce they were returning to the “stonewalling table.” I’m not ... Read More »

Schiavo roundup

March 23, 2005 5 Comments »

While Jeremy has some interesting articles on the Schiavo case on keaimato, I didn’t want to take over his comments section (plus I’m not sure how to post actual links there) with some opposing views. Here, then, is a roundup ... Read More »

Conservative convention coverage

March 19, 2005 2 Comments »

I’m live blogging as much as I can. Check it out here: keaimato.blogspot.com Read More »