Fukuyama’s new book turns away from external threats to classical liberalism and argues that the dangers lie within liberal democratic countries. Liberal principles are now open season to the critics of liberalism on the right and left.
It’s pretty clear Canada needs more housing units, but unfortunately the federal government is targeting the demand side of the market.
The Trudeau government’s April budget makes clear that national interests were not much in mind in Ottawa. But if neither the public nor the government believes in defence, we can rely only on good wishes and high hopes.
When it comes to solving our housing crisis, expanding government to fix bad government policies makes no sense at all.
While subsidiarity is a worthy conservative principle, the problem with the current housing crisis is that the effects of stringent land-use rules aren’t simply borne by the local community.
Russia has made clear that it intends to continue fighting in certain parts of the country and will continue to support separatist militias in the Donbas. But that does not mean that international law has altogether failed Ukraine.
The Hub celebrated its one-year anniversary this month with a dinner for staff, contributors and donors at The Oxley pub in Toronto on April 20.
Viking settlements from around the year 1000 were discovered in Newfoundland by the Norwegian explorer Helge Ingstad, revolutionizing our understanding of European contact with North America.
Young Canadians used to be able to look forward to growing real incomes over their working lives, but that’s no longer the case. If the OECD is right, Canadians can instead expect stagnating incomes with a declining standard of living.
Canadian conservatism as it is currently conceived can identify its origins in the mid-1970s as an intellectual and political reaction to price and wage controls in particular and the overreach of government in the economy and society in general.