Category Archives: Government

A judicial hypothetical

My latest Policy Options post asks what we are supposed to do if the Court gets it wrong. Answer: Nothing. And that’s not a good response.
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The square root of sin

In my latest National Post column I criticize the notion that we can find the answers to moral questions in a math textbook.
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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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A policy problem problem

My latest IRPP blog post on how problems in public policy can’t get solved if the people in charge don’t know there’s a problem.
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Take up your pen!

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

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