A look at Mancur Olson’s theory of why smaller lobby groups seem to persistently outmanoeuvre the wider voting public at election time.
Why it is Rational to Vote Irrationally (Part 1 of 3): Changing one’s mind is hard, and elections provide no incentive to do so.
A look at Bryan Caplan’s theory on why rational voters maximise their welfare by holding irrational beliefs on public policy.
Mayor Nenshi to Slay Taxi Cartel?
Calgary’s Mayor may be a true reformer.
Roy Romanow stars as Eeyore on the Environment
Former SK Premier Romanow is Mr. Glum.
The Case for Water Markets
An 8 minute TED Video on water markets.
Farmer Knows the Land
A Saskatchewan Farmer writes about the role of wetlands on sask farm land over the last century, as a sink and a source of water in wet and dry years. With the advent of larger equipment, farmers of that time …
Florida’s Interior Design Regulations (yes, really).
Interior decorating regulations show the U.S. is not THAT free.
The Economist on Taming Leviathan
An Economist Special Report touched on some Frontier themes.
McKitrick Opens Can of Whoopass on Earth Hour
Why it’s an ignorant and anti human ritual.