Good Things Are Easily Destroyed, But Not Easily Created: Sir Roger Scruton

Scruton recognized the problem of enforcing regulations and being watchful for abuse even for conservatives. Human nature was an issue he became interested in as he grew older. He noted, […]
Published on March 22, 2020

Scruton recognized the problem of enforcing regulations and being watchful for abuse even for conservatives. Human nature was an issue he became interested in as he grew older. He noted, for example, that modern communications,  especially social media, has seriously disrupted what had been known as common human decency, especially in personal relationships and the political process. With the rise of social media, Scruton noted that people know less, think they know more, and tell many what they think they know without really knowing what they are talking about.

To read the full Profile of Sir Roger Scruton  click here

 

Featured News

MORE NEWS

What Government Reaction to Church Fires?

What Government Reaction to Church Fires?

  Brian Giesbrecht, retired judge and Senior Fellow at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy discusses the 90 church arson fires (over the last thirty months) across Canada and the Canadian Government lacklustre response to these deliberate acts with SAUGA960...