Monthly Archives: November 2009

Madely in the morning, November 27

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A check on the prime minister’s power

Last Saturday I spent the day trying to organize a chant of “It is no act of Parliament, unless it be made by the King, the Lords and Commons.” It didn’t go very well. But I’m not easily discouraged.
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The conservative movement at a crossroads

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Madely in the morning, November 20

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Free speech and liberty symposium, December 7 in Ottawa

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Freedom of speech is not just important – it is, in fact, the foundation of an open and free society. In Canada, however, as in other countries in the Western World, this and other basic freedoms … Continue reading

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