If you’ve read the London Free Press today, you’ve no doubt found out about the “inappropriate relationship” between Mayor Brown and Deputy Mayor Cassidy. As usual in instances of political affairs, some are calling for the mayor to resign, while others are saying he is fit to lead. What should Mr. Brown do next? Whether… Continue reading What Should Our Mayor Do?
As people continue to mourn the victims in Sunday’s horrific shooting in Orlando, a familiar debate is starting again: what to do about gun violence. Talk to someone, and you’ll most likely hear the phrase, “it feels like every time I turn on the TV, I hear about killings somewhere.” What can we do to… Continue reading Stopping Gun Violence
If you are among the three people who have watched me talk about Free to Use Public Transit for London, you know that I love a well-funded and efficient transit system. As receptive as my Ignite audience was to the idea, presenting this case to the City of London went nowhere. My fault, as I… Continue reading LRT: A Failed Branding Exercise
If you were following the results of last night’s primary race in California, it looked as if Hillary wrapped up her nomination. The Associated Press and other news outlets seemed to confirm this as well. But did she really pull off the historic victory she and AP claimed, and is there a conspiracy on the… Continue reading Is Clinton Really the Democratic Nominee?