What does Jay-Walking have to do with Liberty? Actually, that’s the wrong question. The correct question is this: Why do we refuse to teach our children personal responsibility? Why make it a crime to cross the street wherever you choose?
Is there no end to the raft of elected officials who cannot comprehend the oath of office they swear? You know, those pesky little section where they affirm they will “support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and
John Adams, back in 1765, wrote what came to be called his Dissertation on Canon and Feudal Law. In that document are the following words: “Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people, who have a right,
Freedom is the easiest thing to give away and the hardest thing to get back. Even shakier for Canadians is that personal rights have never been carved into a constitution like the rights of the American cousins, who are embroiled
Christine Whitaker is a writer from the town of Edgeley, Saskatchewan. Seems small towns and common sense go hand in hand, if her December 2nd editorial in the Regina Leader-Post is anything to go by. Here’s a few excerpts: I
My great friend and un-indicted co-conspirator in all things writing, Jane Gaffin, sent me a link to the YouTube video below along with this note: I love the Gadsden flag. Here’s a neat lesson on the flag as flown on