Father’s Day and popular poets

For my father, a gripping narrative engaging the imagination was what poetry was all about

Father’s Day and popular poets
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For my father, a gripping narrative engaging the imagination was what poetry was all about.

Capitalism’s fatal flaw

Economist Thomas Piketty's conclusions on inequality are blowing apart the ideological pillars of modern capitalism

Capitalism’s fatal flaw
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Economist Thomas Piketty’s conclusions on inequality are blowing apart the ideological pillars of modern capitalism.

The upcoming collapse of civilization

Exhibiting all of the historical characteristics of vulnerability

The upcoming collapse of civilization
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Exhibiting all of the historical characteristics of vulnerability.

Thatcher’s men

Her relationship with three men in her life proves she was more nuanced than her popular caricatures suggest

Thatcher’s men
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Her relationship with three men in her life proves she was more nuanced than her popular caricatures suggest.

Robust referendum rights can curb profligate governments

Part 5 of a 5 part series excerpted from Tax Me I’m Canadian! A Taxpayer’s’ Guide to your Money and How Politicians Spend It

Robust referendum rights can curb profligate governments
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Part 5 of a 5 part series excerpted from Tax Me I’m Canadian! A Taxpayer’s’ Guide to your Money and How Politicians Spend It.

How America created Canada’s high-tax state

Part 2 of a 5 part series excerpted from Tax Me I’m Canadian! A Taxpayer’s’ Guide to your Money and How Politicians Spend It

How America created Canada’s high-tax state
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Part 2 of a 5 part series excerpted from Tax Me I’m Canadian! A Taxpayer’s’ Guide to your Money and How Politicians Spend It.

The birth of a Leviathan: The early origins of taxation

Part 1 of a 5 part series excerpted from Tax Me I’m Canadian! A Taxpayer’s’ Guide to your Money and How Politicians Spend It

The birth of a Leviathan: The early origins of taxation
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Part 1 of a 5 part series excerpted from Tax Me I’m Canadian! A Taxpayer’s’ Guide to your Money and How Politicians Spend It.

The divided brain and the death of civilization

Final part in our series: We are inadvertently creating a culture that is unlikely to endure

The divided brain and the death of civilization
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Final part in our series: We are inadvertently creating a culture that is unlikely to endure.

The amazing return of the thick book

70% of readers still reject ‘reading devices’ for dead tree books

The amazing return of the thick book
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70% of readers still reject ‘reading devices’ for dead tree books.

The divided brain and the making of the Western world

The dominance of the left side of the brain explains our denial of the environmental crisis

The divided brain and the making of the Western world
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The dominance of the left side of the brain explains our denial of the environmental crisis.