How should we be thinking about M-103?
The articles I’m reading this morning (and some of what I’m thinking about them).
It’s a difficult time to be an online conservative Christian with a strong interest in the law and politics (and a strong aversion to populism). Since the ascent of Donald Trump to the presidency, my conservative Evangelical leanings have been considered tacit support of a populist political leader who I see as acting in both … Continue reading A Quick Case for Christian Civility
Welcome to reading some of the things I'm finding interesting today: November 11: While in my present home of Korea, November 11 is "Peppero Day", back home in Canada, it's Remembrance day, and there is a debate this year about the white poppy as opposed to the red poppy. Abortion and Slavery: Thabiti Anyabwile gives … Continue reading Online Reading (November 9, 2010)
Law: A Quebec father who was successfully sued by his daughter after a grounding loses his appeal before the Quebec Superior Court. Fasting: Christianity Today reviews Scot McKnight's new book. Piracy: An American Ship was seized by pirates off the coast of Africa. The crew then took back the ship.
I've been reading a book I got at the local Chapters Bookstore today (Ezra Levant, Shakedown: How Our Government Is Undermining Democracy in the Name of Human Rights, McClelland & Stewart, 2009), and came to learn some interesting things about my own province. At first, I thought the author had to be making it up, … Continue reading Wow, just…. wow. (off topic)
Charity: Carleton's student union decides that cistic fibrosis isn't an "inclusive" enough disease, and so pulls support for Shinorama. Culture: In a stunning victory for freedom and tolerance, an American film festival director is forced to resign because he had the audacity to give money to support California's proposition 8. Gift giving: Not sure what … Continue reading Online Reading (Nov. 26, 2008)