Monthly Archives: April 2010

Madely in the morning, April 30

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Don’t Canadianize our history

I don’t know what effect defenders of our historical tradition are having on its enemies, but by God they frighten me.
Consider Andrew Cohen’s column supporting renaming Wellington Street for Sir John A. Macdonald. And he’s president of … Continue reading

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Madely in the morning, April 23

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Souls for sale

Once in a while you hear an idea so remarkable you can’t believe you didn’t think of it. The light bulb (Edison), telephones (Bell), telephone soliciting (Satan), teaching grade six kids vaginal lubrication (Dalton McGuinty). But the one I’m currently … Continue reading

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Britannia, where art thou?

[First appeared on Mercatornet.com]
Whatever happened to Britain? I realize a map of Europe still shows it sitting off the north coast of France. But what happened to the land of Kipling, Drake and Horatio Nelson, and for that … Continue reading

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