Category Archives: Constitution

Tracing our freedom to ancient Greece

If you love your freedom, thank a Greek. Specifically Themistocles.
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An idea for statesmen — if Britain had any

Now that Scots have voted decisively not to leave the UK yet, a bit, British politicians need to discuss something important. If only they knew how.
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Legislatures don’t make the rules — and they should

Thomas Mulcair wants judges to take over Parliament. It’s a terrible idea that could hardly come at a worse time.
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Time to get back to basics

Who’s running this country anyway? They seem to be doing an appalling job. So how do we make them stop?
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Trudeau pits God against human rights

Justin Trudeau claims God is a human rights violator. It sounds like nonsense. But the facts are plain.
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