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The corrosion of social norms puts us all at risk

The corrosion of social norms puts us all at risk

Insisting on righteous victory at any cost is the greasy slope to violence

The abysmal scorecard of socialist revolutions

Real communism has failed repeatedly to provide better living conditions. Why do countries like Venezuela persist?

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Left-wing social justice warriors rewriting history

It is important that we understand history as it was, and not how some of us wish it would be

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The man who shot Billy the Kid

Pat Garrett has been maligned for killing his “friend” in a “cowardly” way. Neither indictment is persuasive

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Discovering the Basque roots of the American dream

Why visiting small museums can expand your knowledge of the broader world

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A Brexit perspective with 55-year-old roots

Charles de Gaulle’s view of the English should help inform the conversation about whether the U.K. belongs in Europe

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Hubert Humphrey’s futile dash for Presidential power

Humphrey tried and tried again but, ambition notwithstanding, he was never meant for the job

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Looking after those who look after us

There are 658,000 war vets in Canada, countless police and firefighters. Thank them for their service

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Waiting for enlightenment in fundamentalist Islamic law

Religious authorities still hold on to their power, insisting that completely outdated concepts must stay

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Eaton’s house provides wonderful memories

Historic catalogue-purchased house sits at the Kindersley and District Plains Museum

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