Monthly Archives: June 2006

Our national narrative, told properly

Happy Canada Day everybody. Despite that no-good low-down murdering rat Henry VII.
No, really. Thanks to Robert Fulford’s The Triumph of Narrative, I’ve been pondering Canada’s story for the last year. And now I’m grinding … Continue reading

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The taxes are insane, and I’m going that way too

They say madmen don’t laugh. So you see that I am not mad. For I laughed when I saw my property tax bill. Ha ha ha ha ha ha. Here, look. I’m afraid you’ll have to pick it up for … Continue reading

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Messing with the Constitution isn’t reform, it’s vandalism

What’s left of our Parliament will probably recess for the summer before passing bills setting fixed election dates for the House of Commons and eight-year terms for senators. But don’t pass out on me yet. Messing up our Constitution remains … Continue reading

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We need uncompromising belief to win the war of ideas

My, what a big pile of ammonium nitrate they have. The better to blow us up with, I imagine. If so, they must be stopped, by persuasion where possible and by force where necessary.
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Letter to a foolish politician

To: The Hon. Michael Bryant, attorney general of Ontario
Dear Sir:
In a recent letter to my friend Dennis Young (reference #M06-01001) you explain that you asked the federal government to impose a total handgun ban because criminals may steal handguns from … Continue reading

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