If you’re worried about how things are going in Canada, and want to make sure we keep our country united, prosperous and free, join the Economic Education Association of Alberta in Red Deer on Nov. 15 and 16 for a “Freedom School” on the topic “Meeting the Challenge of Western Separatism”. Hope to see you there.
“If we dismiss the past as dead and not as a country of the living which our eyes are unable to see, then we are likely to become servile.”
“The southern agrarian Andrew Lytle" quoted in Gilbert! magazine Vol. 6 #3 (December 2002)
“Nobody had nothin’ and we all shared it.”
A “poignant comment of a tough old settler” unearthed by one of his students in some old book, quoted by my old high school English and History teacher Stewart H. Bull in his unpublished biography Happy Warrior: Adventures in the Classroom
“I am a historian who believes in long continuities and delights in tracing them.”
Author’s Prologue to Paul Johnson A History of the Jews
In my latest Epoch Times column I defend the new British PM’s decision to start a new session of Parliament as a small step toward restoring Parliament’s historical constitutional function of restraining the executive.
“Our intellect, however, no matter how independent of the past it may behave in science and technology, is ever renewed and consecrated by the consciousness of its connection with the mind of the remotest times and civilization.”
Jacob Burckhardt Judgement on History and Historians