December 7, 2011

Saving Kyoto and the Euro by Friday

Peter Foster, National Post

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The foundering this week of not one but two experiments in megalomanic government pretension - the Kyoto Protocol and the European superstate - should provide cause for reflection about the limits of government. Instead, what we are seeing is desperate attempts to paper over the yawning policy cracks.

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