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Property rights still in jeopardy at border

A Saskatchewan couple is still discovering that property rights are precarious when it comes to the Canada-United States border. A saga pitting a Saskatchewan couple against a federal agency may soon be coming to a sad conclusion. Edwin and Alison Morris were informed...

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Politicizing the Judiciary

Politicizing the Judiciary

Israel is currently locked in an intense struggle between conservatives and progressives over the Netanyahu government’s judicial reform plans. As it now stands, the top court can strike down any law that it considers to be “unreasonable”. Those judges are all...

Russia’s Nervous Neighbours

Russia’s Nervous Neighbours

We don’t know how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will end, but whatever the outcome, the world will be changed forever. Already, the post WWII consensus—often called the Pax Americana—that has kept the world relatively peaceful is rapidly breaking down. China, Russia,...

Covid-19: an Update on Defending Freedom in the Courts

Covid-19: an Update on Defending Freedom in the Courts

Canadian governments responded to the Covid-19 virus by aggressively withdrawing the rights and freedoms of Canadians. The imposition of lockdowns including the closing of many businesses, schools, places of worship, and vaccine mandates were just some of the many actions that governments believed were justified in response to the pandemic.

Vaccine Mandates Reveal that the State is our Enemy

Vaccine Mandates Reveal that the State is our Enemy

Albert Nock was a noted 20th century American libertarian who along with H.L. Mencken, recognized the pre-conditions necessary to accurately foresee the onset of both the Great Depression and WWII. In his 1935 treatise “Our Enemy: The State,” Nock wrote that: ...there...