Monthly Archives: September 2022

Bizarre and Uninformed American Views on Monarchy

In general, I really wish that Americans would stop commenting altogether on the Royal House of Windsor, especially after the demise of Crown and the death of Her Late Majesty Elizabeth II of happy memory. Americans lost their standing and … Continue reading

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The Second Elizabethan Age Draws to a Close

The British earlier this year celebrated the Platinum Jubilee earlier this year by planting trees to form part of “The Queen’s Green Canopy.”  The venerable oak represents strength, endurance, and continuity and seemed the most fitting way to extend the … Continue reading

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On Writing Well

Pierre Poilievre released a video this week on how he would table a Plain Language Bill to force the civil service to write better and make what it publishes easier to understand. The official language of government is neither French … Continue reading

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