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Know Your Enemy

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On February 17, 2016

It’s always nice when your enemies lay out the terms of engagement so starkly. I am naturally enough talking about defenders of ketchup. I will cling to my gigantic Heinz ketchup until the end.

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Keystone

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On November 6, 2015
Some people don’t like to be wrong. I love to be wrong. That’s because I’m pretty pessimistic about modern politics and even more so about the future. I don’t want to be right about any of that. So when I am wrong, it’s usually a good thing. This certainly holds for Obama rejecting the Keystone […]

Fake Canadians

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On September 16, 2014

Normally I would oppose Americans pretending to be Canadian citizens, as the existence of the northern menace is a threat to us all. But I will make an exception for ex-slaves claiming Canadian citize

Until Everybody Was French

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On September 1, 2014
We all know Kevin Williamson is a horrible human being and there’s really no good reason to link to his trolling of liberals. And so normally I wouldn’t mention his anti-Labor Day screed. Except that he said one of the quiet parts loud: The Canadian typographical workers had been demanding a 58-hour work week and […]

Northern Man

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On January 13, 2014

At least one Canadian is making sense about the nation’s horrifically bad energy and environmental policies: Neil Young kicked off his four-date “Honour the Treaties” tour of Canada on Sunda

Jeff La Noue has an interesting piece about how to “fix” the Rust Belt cities. Using Toronto as a model, he asks why the Canadian side of the Great Lakes is booming and the American side is in a decades-long slide. There are complex reasons for this. I am not this site’s resident Canadian, but […]
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