It's very hard to determine who was best.
Napoleon was a military genius, who committed dreadful political errors.
Frederick the Great was a much less successful general, who was a political genius… (View Post)
Firstly, that's far too draconian. People couldn't even log onto pbc under that rule (!)
But more seriously, the only people who should be able to dismiss a politician from office are his … (View Post)
The A50 case produced a split decision so the arguments must have been fairly finely balanced. In any case, the constitutional importance of that one was so significant that it was worth t… (View Post)
The Indy is still alive in digital form (and in cut-down 'i' form). Digital is the future of news reporting; weekly is the future of print (IMO, because it'll need to be quality and will t… (View Post)
Because changing the constitution is hard and the reform wouldn't worth the political capital that would need to be spent.
I imagine that the swing states like their status - it means they… (View Post)