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Robo en nombre de la patria.

En España, ese latido carpetovetónico ha aprovechado los diversos momentos de debilidad del conjunto para exigir privilegios para los de casa (a veces, los de la propia casa. 155 more words

Cataluña

A Man and His Hero

In the March issue of The Atlantic, Michael Ignatieff, philosopher, author and erstwhile candidate for the Canadian Prime Ministership, writes about heroes in a way that requires rebuttal. 1,492 more words

Feminism

El empobrecimiento de Quebec.

”  Cuando Quebec aprobó sus radicales leyes lingüísticas en 1970 cientos de miles de residentes cogieron la ruta hacia la frontera con Ontario. Lo cuenta el canadiense Steven Pinker sobre la comunidad judía –muy sensible a las leyes que suenan a discriminación- en su libro “Los ángeles que llevamos dentro”. 40 more words

Nacionalismo

Michael Ignatieff's Role in the Decline of the Liberal Party

Michael Ignatieff lead the Liberal Party from 2008 to 2011.  In the 2011 Federal Election, the Liberals were defeated more harshly than anyone could have anticipated.  2,104 more words

Essays

The Good Fight

In defense of liberty, all battles appear worthy. As the world reacts to last week’s mass murder in the office of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine… 375 more words

Reporter's Notebook

Fisher: During time of global tumult, it is Justin Trudeau’s ideas, not Marc Garneau’s, voters want to hear

It seems I struck a raw nerve in examining the Liberals’ foreign and defence policies last week. Marc Garneau, the Liberal Foreign Affairs Critic, rebutted my column at length in Saturday’s National Post. 1,002 more words

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Summer reading for the Australian Prime Minister

Back in mid-December, The Grattan Institute – a Melbourne-based Australian “think tank” – launched it’s annual “Summer Reading List for the Prime Minister”, which for those of you unfamiliar with Australia is Tony Abbott. 513 more words

Books