Tag Archives: speed limit

Let’s trade speeding credits

Ontario has a burning desire to implement a cap-and-trade scheme.  (It’s burning because it will burn a whole in the wallets of Ontarians.)  One can only conclude that Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment is unable to monitor and penalize polluters, … Continue reading

Posted in Government Behaviour, The Political Class | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

I’m a good driver …

I follow too close I treat the posted maximum speed limit as a suggested speed I don’t slow down in an accident zone I tint my windows so other drivers can’t make eye contact with me I install ultra-bright, stadium-intensity … Continue reading

Posted in Class and Decency | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Speed Limits Have Become Speed Suggestions

Why do some drivers feel compelled to break the law and exceed the posted speed limit? As the Olympics suggest, the purpose in life is to do things faster, higher and stronger.  Our culture equates pushing the boundaries with success. … Continue reading

Posted in Class and Decency | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment