It’s been four days since the election, and the UK still does not have a government in place to succeed Gordon Brown’s Labour majority government. But the past few days have been […]
UK election update: Everyone needs to go take a nap
Well, this has gotten a lot more interesting than anyone would have predicted. At the moment, the facts are as follows: (1) There are still 30-something seats that are undecided, most going […]
Boring and inconclusive election night comments
So the results are starting to come in, and thus far, sixteen areas have reported; Labour has won seven, the Tories two, Lib Dems one, and other parties (mostly in Scotland and […]
UK election update: Six days to go, but who's counting?
One of these men will be the next Prime Minister of the UK We had the last debate yesterday, and according to the pollsters, Cameron won. Whatever that means. Well, we know […]
In the future, online news will make us all feel fine …
The Newspaper Association of America is crowing of late over the growth of audiences at online news websites. Newspaper companies drove record traffic to their websites in the first quarter of 2010, […]
Election update: Clegg 2, Murdoch 0
We had our second debate last night, and it went pretty well the way it was expected to—Gordon Brown and David Cameron apparently decided that they didn’t want to be Nick Clegg’s […]
Election Update–Strange Days in Britain
The UK election has been transformed into something very interesting—indeed, radically different—as a result of this past week’s televised debate between David Cameron (Conservatives), Gordon Brown (Labour) and Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrats). […]
Who will win the UK elections? Let's ask the I Ching.
The election campaign is now under way in the country I live in. The way it works here is the Prime Minister takes a trip off to Buckingham Palace, tells her Majesty […]
Unsolicited book review–Easter, by Michael Arditti
Can a gay man, raised an Anglican but descended from a Shepardim immigrant father, write a great novel about the Christian faith and the power of redemption? If the author is Michael […]
Nota Bene #110: WEHT SWK?
“In times like the present, men should utter nothing for which they would not willingly be responsible through time and eternity.” Who said it?