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Open letter to Parliament: Amend C-51 or kill it

The following is an open letter addressed to all members of Parliament and signed by more than 100 Canadian professors of law and related disciplines. 4,431 more words

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rnhaas reblogged this on Riley Haas' blog and commented:

I was struggling with writing a long post about the current legislation in parliament and this government's history of caring not for the rules of the game. However, this open letter says what I think with more detail than I could have possibly mustered.

Making The Moral Case For Immigration Reform

Note: As the immigration battle continues in Washington D.C. with Congressional Republicans waging a self-destructive internal war cheered on by both House and Senate Democrats and the White House, we’re taking a break from our “Separating State and the Economy – What’s That About” series (check out… 699 more words

Individual Rights

The American Mind: Charles Kesler Interviewing Francis Fukuyama: The Final Form of Human Government

At risk of sounding insulting, wasn’t Frank Fukuyama a Neoconservative 10-15 years ago and one of the big backers of the Iraq War? I liked his first line about “democracy will only survive if the people want democracy.” I just wish he believed and wrote about that during and before the Iraq War. 353 more words

Economic Freedom

Hillary Clinton 'gave in' to China says Chen Guangcheng

As she prepares for a possible presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton faces embarrassing revelations over her handling of a diplomatic crisis between China and the U.S. 851 more words

Rapid Changes in Attorney Advertising Online: A Case to Watch

Blogging for HessConnect:

“Even President Abraham Lincoln—who advertised his legal services as a lawyer in newspapers in the early 1850s—would run afoul of the state’s rules.” 587 more words

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