Monthly Archives: May 2013

Decade

I’m half a century old, and have been for a while now. It behooves me to take a look back at the decade past and see if I’ve done anything worthwhile with my irreplacable time. In the spring of 2003 … Continue reading

Posted in life | Leave a comment

True Meaning

A friend recently used the acronym “SMH” and I had no clue what it meant, so I looked it up via one of those search engine thingies all the cool kids are talking about. It linked me to an entry … Continue reading

Posted in epistemology, politics, psychology, religion | Leave a comment

Property, People, Parties

Before the Chartists, Westminster-style democracies had parliaments that unequivocally represented property. There were property qualifications for voters, much less members. The upper house represented the aristocracy, which was different from mere wealth. This is a concept Canadians may have some … Continue reading

Posted in history, politics | 1 Comment