By Graham Farmelo
The much-quoted British politician still makes headlines—47 years after his death
The Broadbent Institute released a report today on income inequality. Dean Del Mastro is unimpressed.
With the release of the Broadbent institute’s first report it seems an appropriate time to …
The British PM channels Churchill in his first bilateral visit to Canada
Roland Paris considers the Prime Minister’s comments on soldiers and arguments.
Turning back to Libya, it is true that Gaddafi needed to be confronted, because he had paid little heed …
At one time, grumpy and misanthropic was close to a job description for British PMs: Thatcher and Churchill were cheerful?
The economy’s looking up, and so is the PM’s approval rating
Relations with the U.S. still depend on how our leaders get along
Michael Adams discusses his most recent polling on who Canadians admire most. Pierre Trudeau comes first, by a fairly wide margin, with 121 mentions.
Adams doesn’t include a complete list…
Back, for a moment, to David Foster Wallace’s take on John McCain.
Near the end of that little book Foster Wallace arrives at his definitive division of political leadership—laying out…