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Karl Popper’s Remedy for Failing Democracies

Part 1: The Perennial Revolt Against Freedom Democracy is worth fighting for. That’s a central message of the landmark work of political philosopher Karl Popper, whose book, The Open Society and its Enemies, was forged in the crucible of the … Continue reading

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Writers’ Union of Canada Not Interested in Defending Charter Rights

The following is a letter I sent to the Writers’ Union of Canada (TWUC) National Council and Executive Director John Degen on the occasion of the 2021 Annual General Meeting, expressing my concerns regarding ongoing violations of the Canadian Charter … Continue reading

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Nelson Hugs Over Masks rally urges compassionate action

The national activist group Hugs Over Masks rolled into Nelson on Saturday, April 3 on its second tour of British Columbia. Founded by Vladislav Sobolev last year in Toronto, the group has attracted supporters across the country who are protesting … Continue reading

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