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    Andrew Scheer’s “Racist” Problem

    by Tim Murray Terry Glavin: I consider myself to be a heretic and a tough man because I believe that Canada must become a diverse nation. So journalist Terry Glavin says that Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives have a “racist jackass problem”, and despite their assurances of doing something about it, they have failed to make it clear that racists are not welcome in the Conservative Party. But Glavin has it wrong. The real problem is that Conservatives are not welcome in the Conservative Party. Glavin is the jackass here. He uses all the sophistic tricks in the kitbag, including the standard deceitful conflations: Anti-immigration equals anti-immigrant being the most shop-worn of…

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    For A Rightwing Transhumanism

    by Romain d’Aspremont, author of Penser l’Homme nouveau, pourquoi la droite perd la bataille des idées (The New Man, Why the Right is Losing the Battle of Ideas) The fact that the right is missing out the nascent technological revolution is not surprising: lagging behind is historically one of its trademarks. However, missing the transhumanist revolution – genetics engineering and cyborgization – may cost the right much more than all the previous failures to deal with progress. This time, the stakes are higher than they have ever been: the very content of human nature is going to be revamped, and it is imperative for the right to have something else…

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    Can Governments Solve Canada’s Housing Affordability Crisis?

    by Herbert Grubel, Professor Emeritus, Simon Fraser University The high prices of homes have been leading many Canadians into taking out mortgages so large that they risk not being able to service them when interest rates increase, as inevitably they will at some time in the future. This risk represents a danger for the entire economy as mortgage defaults endanger the solvency of lenders and the distress sales of homes can lead to a collapse of the market for existing and new homes. To combat this risk, the government of Justin Trudeau in 2016 tightened regulations specifying conditions under which lenders can issue mortgages. Applicants must pass an eligibility test,…

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    Secularism Of Bill 21 Violates Quebec’s Christian Historical Identity

    by Rémi Tremblay, Fédération des Québécois de Souche Do you agree with multiculturalists that only “racist” Christian symbols should be banned, not “progressive” Moslem and Sikh symbols because they are “essential” for a “diverse education”? It is a real “ethnic cleansing” that the Quebec government is currently orchestrating if we are to believe the Hampstead mayor Bill Steinberg. But an external observer will not see any concentration camps being built, clerics preparing hit lists or soldiers forcing the population to register and be sorted out. No, the mayor of the small wealthy Montreal borough has since admitted it; there is no violence involved, but nevertheless in his opinion it will…

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    What Makes The One Percent Think They’ll Escape The Chaos They’ve Made?

    by Frank Hilliard The richest man in Denmark, Anders Holch Povlsen, and his wife, have just suffered an unimaginable tragedy; three of their four children were killed in the Muslim-organized bombings in Sri Lanka. A string of bombings at churches and luxury hotels across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday killed 359 people and wounded 500. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, with a net worth of $6.7 Billion, Anders is also a major land owner in Scotland. He is the son of Troels Holch Povlsen, who co-founded the international clothes retailer Bestseller in 1975 with his wife, Merete Bech Povlsen. So, what do we know of the relatively youthful…

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    Arguments In Defense Of Slavery

    by Ferdinand Bardamu George Fitzhugh was a slave-owner and a sociologist I: Aristotle on “Natural Slavery” In the ancient world, slavery was hardly a moral dilemma. It raised no ethical issues worthy of examination, nor was it ever considered a source of embarrassment. That most of mankind could be forcibly enslaved without injustice was a truism that was seldom debated, even among philosophers. Nature had assigned some men the role of master and others the role of slave. This was so obvious it required no elaborate rational explanation; for centuries, the belief that the stronger had a right to dominate the weaker was always regarded as true, but trivially so.…

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    Easter Thoughts

    by Tim Murray I will always remember the traditions my family followed during the Easter break. As a boy, even as a teen, I looked forward to them as much or more than I did Christmas. I remember Easter Friday with particular fondness, when my Dad toasted “hot cross buns” for breakfast while we all sat down at the table, our mouths drooling, for the moment when he brought them to us heaped on a big plate. No sooner did that plate meet the table when I aggressively competed with my brothers for the butter dish. The immediate goal was to spread the butter before the bun got too cold…