Jason over at Reasonable and Right has Part 4a: My Community on his Green Party review. Again, I find some things I really like - I like the idea that governments and initiatives "closer-to-home" will deliver services and programs closer-to-home. I don't like everything being run or dictated out of Ottawa, or even Queen's Park in a lot of ways because those groups don't really know what's best for us.
I thank Jason for doing this, as it was something I wanted to do, but then ... well, vacation happened. :)
Andrew's into a whole big discussion on the Nature of Human Rights over at BBG. While you're there, take a look at the pictures from "Smokey" Smith's funeral.
With all the fun that's happening south of the border, I've discovered FactCheck.org, "we are a nonpartisan, nonprofit, "consumer advocate" for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in
A little more light-hearted, you can read the Abbot & Costello routine I had with my three-year old.
How rich are you?
For the anti-corporate type, I found They Rule, a site that links up all the different directors to the multitude of different companies they sit on. Now, I don't buy all into the "illuminati-type" scenario, but you do have to wonder what happens when so many individuals sit on each other's corporate boards.