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Should we continue with affirmative action?

Should we continue with affirmative action?

Over the last few decades, Canada has made a strong effort to encourage inclusivity through the use of "equity" hiring, where women and visible minorities are given priority, with similar structures being undertaken in universities and professions. The idea is that we...

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Weaponizing the Law

The indictment of former U.S. president Donald Trump for crimes invented by his political opponents is the most egregious example yet seen of the weaponizing of the law. The United States is now full of examples. However, in Canada, we also see the law being...

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,...

The Redman Plan

The Redman Plan

When the pandemic hit, and almost all of the western nations simultaneously adopted a western version of the lockdown strategy devised by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to respond to the original Covid-19 outbreak in Wuhan, China, very few voices questioning voices...

Xi’s “Clark Kent” Moment

Xi’s “Clark Kent” Moment

Xi Xingping recently had his “Clark Kent” moment. Kent was Superman. He would rip off his workaday shirt to reveal his true identity. China’s despot leader figuratively did that when he unilaterally “brought peace” to the Middle East, and will now proceed to solve the...