Genuine progress on issues like homelessness, crime, and drug addiction often must “look bad” in the short term and do require society to limit others’ autonomy, in large part for their own good.
Certain urbanist priorities are more likely to be advanced by conservatives than by progressives, simply because they don’t offend key points of today’s progressive thinking.
Across the country, parents and voters are increasingly expressing concerns about how race and gender are being addressed in our publicly-funded schools. This is a positive development.
We’ve somehow come to believe that politicians, rather than parents, should make all of the important decisions. This has not served our children well these last two years.
There are serious questions about the relative benefits and drawbacks of imposing mask mandates on very young children at school.
My experience as a B.C. teacher leads me to believe that Albertan teachers, parents, and students should be grateful for the overall knowledge-rich approach of their draft curriculum.