More on liberalism

Professor Graham Allison of Harvard has been an influential (and occasionally controversial) academic in America for some years. In an article in Foreign Affairs he gives another view of liberalism that challenges my own views. He begins by saying that "Among the debates that have swept the U.S. foreign policy community since the beginning of … Continue reading More on liberalism

Charles Krauthammer

I am sorry to hear of the death of Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Charles Krauthammer. I didn't agree with everything he said but I was a great admirer of the (mostly) cogent and principled arguments he made. America conservatism, but which I mean classical liberalism, has lost a powerful advocate.

I wish I’d said this, too (even though there’s a lot of it)

This is longer than I planned when I started to write it, but I hope some will read most it because I believe this is important for Canadians, especially for Canadian Conservatives. Bagehot is the nom de plume under which one of The Economists writers, currently (I think) Adrian Wooldridge  writes about British affairs. This … Continue reading I wish I’d said this, too (even though there’s a lot of it)