Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lost Art of Name Calling

Am I going nuts?  The evening of June 19th, the day the Omnibus Bill finally got rammed through the House of Commons and was, presumably. on it‛s way to the Senate, the TV newscasters and pundits were obsessed by the … Continue reading

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Democracy’s Web

Making an analogy is a perilous procedure because it often conjures up diametrically opposed impressions.  Recently I found myself admiring a beautiful spider web, one of those almost round nets carefully hung vertically on two filaments and tethered by two … Continue reading

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Kudos for a Great Lady

This may well be the shortest blog I‛ll ever write.  Suffice it to say how moving I found it over the last few days to see and hear the tributes being paid to Elizabeth the Queen for her personal achievement … Continue reading

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