Understanding what freedom really means

Given the latest terror attacks in Britain, and the attacks in Afghanistan, Egypt, and Iraq, and seeing how fairly common events  these events have become, it is a wonder to me that anyone can argue against  the  fact that these attacks were carried out by religious zealots, or give the argument that the risk associated with being blown up in public by these people is somehow acceptable because it is less than the risk of…

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M-103 process lacked transparency

   Liberal MP Iqra Khalid makes an announcement about an anti-Islamophobia motion on Parliament Hill while Minister of Canadian Heritage Melanie Joly looks on in Ottawa on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Patrick Doyle)   A dash to the finish is not always a win. A well intentioned motion, with the potential to result in a greater sense of community and awareness between Canadians, now also has the ability to isolate, misinform and…

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