The 1960s were once labelled the “Destructive Generation” by two former American leftists , David Horowitz and Peter Collier . But the 1960s weren’t all bad argues Fred Litwin, founder of Ottawa’s Free Thinking Film Festival. And he has a question: can one say that about today's post-modern Left?
“Be it resolved that markets cannot function without a basis in shared religious belief.” – Michael Walker
Peter Stockland and Michael Walker debate religion and capitalism. This week, Michael Walker offers his thoughts…
“Be it resolved that markets cannot function without a basis in shared religious belief.” – Peter Stockland
Peter Stockland and Michael Walker debate religion and capitalism.
The reference to women on social assistance in the headline of this 2010 piece by Mark Milke seems harsh and dated, but his argument against subsidies for professional hockey teams is as relevant as ever. Tax dollars subsequently helped build new rinks in Quebec City and Edmonton, although the former still doesn’t have an NHL team and Oilers’ fans increasingly think they don’t have one either. Next up to the trough are the Ottawa Senators and Calgary Flames, with the latter better positioned to squeeze taxpayers with a decent playoff run this spring.
Conservatives have left the left to think about cities; that’s a mistake….
It’s time for Canada’s conservative movement to stop focusing on what’s wrong and to start making things right. And I make that plea as someone who fully understands that for those of us who believe in free enterprise, smaller government and individual freedom, lots of things are going wrong.