Disconnected – How Politicians Have Overlooked Rural Ontario’s Internet Poverty Crisis

Following the 2018 Ontario election has been like watching someone channel-surf. In mere weeks we’ve covered more issues than prior elections could ever cover in months. The Liberals are trying promise after promise to find an issue that will stick with voters. The PCs have screamed about the Liberals non-stop. The NDP have campaigned on …

Too Much Information?

It’s been entertaining to watch the Cambridge Analytica story over the Iast week. When it broke, you would be forgiven for thinking that it was a scandal of some sort. Basically this company used personal data from Facebook to craft political messages that would all but guarantee the election of Donald Trump. It’s certainly not …

What Should Our Mayor Do?

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 …

Is Clinton Really the Democratic Nominee?

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 …