Thursday, February 11, 2016

Worth Reading - February 11, 2016

The city of Houston redesigned its entire bus system to fix declining ridership. I imagine there are a lot of cities that could do with a rethink of its system.

Apparently Aragorn's claimto the throne of Gondor is baseless. HE IS NOT THE TRUE KING!

From the New Republic, Bernie Sanders may represent the future of the Democratic Party as more of its membership identifies with more liberal values. 

Andrew Coyne satirizes Prime Minister Trudeau's remarks on the ISIS mission

Are the Liberals using consultations to avoid making decisions? It is a common tactic of Ontario Liberals.

The NDP's post-election reflection continues. I have to say that I agree with the opening paragraph here pretty strongly. 

Representatives from Brampton's business community say that disunity on Council is impeding progress. Duh.

The Union-Pearson Express may be converted into a commuter train... which would seem to defeat its purpose a bit, no? 

Today Ontario voters in Whitby-Oshawa will be voting in a by-election for the provincial seat. 

Charles M. Blow in the New York Times wrote this piece title, "White America's 'Broken Heart' discussing whether or not the presidential election boils down to America making sense of its demographic transformation

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