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Israel and Palestine: Exploding the Myths

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Israel and Palestine: Exploding the Myths

Historical denial, Arab propaganda, liberal guilt, and anti-Semitism serve to legitimize a demand for a sovereign Palestinian state where none has ever existed. The claim of "apartheid" is only the latest charge in the effort to delegitimize Israel.

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India must get rid of its hatred for the Raj

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India must get rid of its hatred for the Raj


India must get rid of its hatred for the Raj. It’s very much part of our history, writes author and Mumbai businessman Jaithirth (Jerry) Rao.

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'Je me souviens, too'—Eugene Forsey and the British Fact

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'Je me souviens, too'—Eugene Forsey and the British Fact

Eugene Forsey believed French and British glory were Canada’s glory, writes Christopher Dummitt, with a Burkean anti-revolutionary idea of history and an abiding faith in the impartial and benevolent state. Originally published in The Dorchester Review print edition, Vol. 4, No. 2, Autumn-Winter 2014, pp. 9-12. THERE WAS A TIME, not so long ago, when those who were proud of Canada’s British traditions weren’t only conservatives. Labour activists and socialists, Liberals east and west, once spoke naturally of Canada’s place in the British Empire and Commonwealth. No longer. In 2014 the Harper government was accused of creating a new nationalism by harkening back...

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England's Political Secret

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England's Political Secret

What was the political secret that Englishmen were convinced they had found and that allowed them to be so free? A free nation was one that was not dependent upon the will of anyone, especially its own Monarch, writes Dr. François Charbonneau.

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Rediscovering the Good Life

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Rediscovering the Good Life

The modern liberal vision of successful parenting and education is irretrievably flawed because it fails even to consider the most important questions about human life, writes Dr. Michael Bonner.

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