Thursday, September 16, 2004

TODAY'S READS

Stuff I read today that I liked, for one reason or another, all culled from the links to the right. Check them out:

Ian Welsh examines an evaluation of the Canadian military and considers the ramifications for Canada-U.S relations. It's a tad alarmist but then perhaps military planning should be.

Nestruck continues his grudging defence of the TIFF's showing of Causistry: The Art of Killing a Cat. Hear, hear, for freedom of expression! Previous post in defence is here.

Alan has some ideas for the Stanley Cup now that NHL hockey is postponed indefinitely. Hey, if it allows McGill and Queen's to play for it, that would be awesome.

Posted by Matthew @ 8:08 PM