Tag Archives: gun control

Prisoners of Liberty

This month’s American high school massacre is no longer the lead news story.  There are hours of funerals and uncomprehending sorrow yet to be broadcast, but the media has moved on. Santa Fe, Texas isn’t Parkland, Florida.  There the students mobilized for months of protests and media work to hold lawmakers accountable for the deadly…
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Death on the streets: competing rights and close encounters

Forgive me for provocative titling, but this post makes only passing reference to the massacre in Las Vegas in order to introduce the idea of competing rights.  It’s really about the close encounters between road users sharing City thoroughfares in calm, leafy, peaceful Toronto. Here’s the gratuitous reference to Las Vegas: there is a constitutional…
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