Category Archives: United States

A great and free people together

After American rebels captured Montreal on Nov. 13, 1775 and besieged Quebec City in early December, only Guy Carleton’s heroic defence, complete with theatrical burning of the surrender demand, kept Richard Montgomery and Benedict Arnold’s forces from bringing all of … Continue reading

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Who won the sexual revolution?

If the sexual revolution succeeded, why are women hurting so badly?
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Fighting Islamist tyrants not an attack on faith

Just about the last ditch for people who deny the West is under siege by radical Islam is feeble pleading in the alternative: Jihadis are not attacking us, but if they are we started it. American foreign policy is provocative. … Continue reading

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Keep calm about Ebola and carry on, right?

Don’t worry about Ebola. Government is on the job. Oh, you don’t find that reassuring?
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Ideas die of loneliness in modern politics

The Ontario Progressive Conservative party isn’t just running around like a chicken with no head. Its leadership candidates are promising when it gets a head it will be empty. It matters, even if you don’t live in Ontario, because this … Continue reading

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