Monthly Archives: November 2010
I have written about money, trying to make it understandable to folks. I hope I succeeded, have a look and let me know. John Mauldin publishes a weekly email, and it is well worth reading. John’s independent thinking and writing, … Continue reading
Milton Freedman defending self interest in the 1970’s. What was true then is even more apparently true now, and the question of who rewards virtue is key.
I read a funny piece in Maclean’s about the lack of humour in Canadian politics, citing the need for a new party that could laugh at itself. I love laughing at myself, better yet making others laugh, yes, even at, … Continue reading
The other day I had happened to mention CNN and Christy had, my paraphrasing allowed, jumped in quickly: “CNN? Scary.” I didn’t understand, I hadn’t watched CNN in eons.