Global Security Watch > Less on the Do-Not-Hesitate-To-Call List
[ robhyndman.com] Michael Geist writes on the depressing state of affairs over the House’s review of the Do Not Call legislation, which seems to have been overtaken by an Orwellian departure from reality and a Kafka-esque descent into absurdist theatre. I quite enjoyed Michael’s report of one MP’s assertion that the List is good for telemarketers, who themselves, the MP seems to say, are eager to respect the privacy of Canadians:
[Dominionpaper.ca] Dominion Weblog: Canadian News: Commenting on the study, scientists suggested that "depression is triggered when too few new brain cells are created." PEI police were charging three men for illegal lobster fishing, using a boat named "Phanton Ship", an investigation was looking for empty drums of Agent Orange buried on a military base in Gagetown, and a Russian sailor disappeared in St.
[Canadiancomment.blogspot.com] canadiancomment: The 56 years since 1949 have seen the vital interests of Newfoundland and Labrador ignored by Canada, with the resources either poorly administered and depleted -- as in the case of the cod and other fish species -- or with the province's economic and revenue needs ignored, as in the development of the offshore and hydro power resources.And I know some of you will think it odd that a guy writing at a site called canadiancomment would agree with someone removing Canadian flags from public building but... to hell with you all I'm gonna do it anyways.
[Samizdata.net] Stupid 'security' | Samizdata.net: We are also a varied group made up of social individualists, libertarians, extropians, futurists, 'Porcupines', Karl Popper fetishists, recovering neo-conservatives, crazed Ayn Rand worshipers, over-caffeinated Virginia Postrel devotees, witty Frédéric Bastiat wannabes, cypherpunks, minarchists, kritarchists and wild-eyed anarcho-capitalists from Britain, North America, Australia and Europe.
[Complacentnation.com] Complacent Nation - Entries from Monday, September 19. 2005: A novel institute that hopes to give Canadian conservatives a much-needed electoral jolt -- with concepts that include a graduate school for right-wing political operatives -- started to take shape over the weekend.