Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday January 17, 2019

On Open Sources Guelph this week, we’ll continue our ongoing coverage of the slow decline of western civilization. In the U.K., Brexit comes to a full boil, and in the U.S., the Russian investigation goes back on the front burner as the President, somehow, looks dirtier. Here in Canada there’s not much more to be proud of. Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet, but is he really just shuffling deck chairs on a sinking ship, even while his Reconciliation dreams become a new nightmare? Oh, the pain! Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday January 17, 2019”

Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday June 15, 2017

This week on Open Sources Guelph, Anarchy in the U.K.! Moments after the show ended last week, the returns in the U.K.’s snap election started coming in, and they were surprising. We’ll break down the results and what it means for Brexit, the young people who were against it and the old people that have forgotten they were for it. We’ll also talk about *why* you might have to celebrate Canada 150 sober, why you can now blaspheme to your heart’s content, and maybe why Ontario should have just one Board of Education.  Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday June 15, 2017”

Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday June 8, 2017

This week on Open Sources Guelph we go around the world! Not literally, of course, and mostly in North America and the U.K., but what we’re saying is that there are world wide implications. From someone that might be the Prime Minister of Canada if he can get his party’s leadership, to a contest to determine who the leader of the United Kingdom will be, to a guy once called the “Leader of the Free World” but seems not even remotely interested in being a leader in his own house. Politics, elections, the environment and terror are all on the docket for this week’s show.  Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday June 8, 2017”