Winston Churchill once remarked that the poor response of the free world to the emergence of Nazi Germany told much about the profound “unteachability” of mankind. Can a more appropriate commentary be made regarding our own handling of contemporary Iran?
Monday, 29 May 2006
Friday, 5 May 2006
Princeton University’s online dictionary of English terms defines ‘confidence game’ as “a swindle in which you… persuade a person to buy worthless property.” That sounds a lot like what Canada’s massive daycare lobby is engaged in — and the intended victims are you and me.