Category Archives: Freedom of speech

Freedom is a difficult concept

My latest National Post column reminds people that freedom can’t just mean the right to do what you’re told, even by the majority.
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Take up your pen!

For Rebel Media I say if you don’t like the way public affairs are going, maybe you should write a novel.
Harriet Beecher Stowe did.

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Talking Magna Carta on the Andrew Lawton show

You can listen to my conversation with Andrew Lawton on AM980 about the Magna Carta project below; it starts at 39:47.

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Net Neutrality? No thanks

Read my latest column in the National Post rejecting the concept of “net neutrality”.
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Essentials of Freedom Conference 2015

This Friday I’ll be in Calgary at the Essentials of Freedom conference organized by my friend Danny Hozack. If you’re in the area please join Danny, me, Brian Lilley, Mark Milke and others to talk about what’s going wrong and how … Continue reading

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