British Columbia

Social Conservatism and the New Nationalism

Jack Fowler, a longtime publishing executive at National Review, sat alone and lonely in the way back of the conference. A National Review writer sat among the press and wrote a first-day story. She reported it as straight news, no comment. To be sure, National Review editor Rich Lowry spoke to the crowd and did [...]

The First Freedom: Religious Liberty as the Foundation of Human Liberty

You may know the name of John Courtney Murray. He's worth remembering. Father Murray was the American Jesuit who helped craft the Second Vatican Council's landmark Declaration on Religious Liberty. A year after World War II ended, with millions dead and Europe and Japan in ruins, Murray wrote that "those who deny the sovereignty of [...]

“Invention, Your Mama Just Called.”

Despite this week's high profile political front-runners, I'm going to have to hand the "Most Creative Use Of Bears In Recent Memory" award over to this story's Canadians "farmers:" Police said Wednesday they were astonished to find at least 14 wild black bears guarding an illegal marijuana growing operation after a recent raid on the property in [...]

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