Category Archives: Parliament

Reality University is on the air

My new podcast “Reality University” is now available. It offers a weekly look at the big questions that affect our common life and the key ideas (and books) that help us understand the world around us.
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Passing whatever

My latest for the IRPP asks how Ontario legislators can pass a vast new social program whose details have apparently yet to be determined.
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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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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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Fixing the roof while the sun is shining

Here is the talk I gave to Canadians for Language Fairness in Russell yesterday, on why we need to reopen our Constitution. Thanks to VideoManOttawa for recording and posting the videos. You can find my C2C Journal article on the same … Continue reading

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