Monthly Archives: July 2005

US Supreme Court: Roberts

July 19, 2005 2 Comments »

Judge John Roberts was picked for the US Supreme Court. He is a conservative. He is solid, but not in the group of the most contentious (Luttig, Alito, Brown) that could have been chosen. From what I’ve read, he is ... Read More »

US Supreme Court

July 18, 2005 1 Comment »

For what it is worth, the rumor mill says the next pick will be Edith Brown Clement. The rumor is the pick will be announced tomorrow (Tuesday). I haven’t read much about her so far, I will start now Read More »

Funny Paul Wells Post

July 14, 2005 Comments Off on Funny Paul Wells Post

A Paul Wells post today: Revealed… …Paul Martin’s democratic reform agenda. Hope you have the bandwidth. There’s a lot here Read More »

Coke v. Pepsi

July 9, 2005 Comments Off on Coke v. Pepsi

A poll regarding Coke and Pepsi. Good news all around. Coke Is It: Americans Choose Coca Cola over Pepsi by 47% to 28%; ?Real Thing? Leads Every Demographic; ?Choice of a New Generation? Unpopular With Younger Consumers?New Zogby Consumer Profile ... Read More »

Canadians want access to private healthcare

July 8, 2005 Comments Off on Canadians want access to private healthcare

I know because the polls say so. They also say that politicians should wake up and smell the iodine. It’s really quite pathetic that the Conservative Party is so timid that it can’t even articulate a “sweedish option” on healthcare. ... Read More »

Holiday reading

July 6, 2005 1 Comment »

Funny jokes about the French. Airplane lands on Porche:They probably couldn’t have done it that well if they had tried” Reader poll (not scientific) on the greatest American Rock Band. I think we can all agree that any list that ... Read More »

I love lists

July 5, 2005 2 Comments »

A new book out by the author of “Bias” and “Arrogance”, both about liberals in America, has released a new book called “100 People Who Are Screwing Up America”. Top 10: 1. Michael Moore, filmmaker 2. Arthur Sulzberger, publisher of ... Read More »

Canada marriage

July 3, 2005 1 Comment »

As expected, same-sex marriage was passed last week. My question is, do you all think this will ever be repealed? I’m skeptical Read More »

US Supreme Court

July 3, 2005 Comments Off on US Supreme Court

A US Supreme Court judge, Sandra Day O’Connor, announced her retirement on Friday. She was often the swing vote, so that will make her replacement very significant. Currently the court is three conservatives, four liberals, two moderates. With a moderate ... Read More »