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If we want people to eat healthier, treating them as rational grown-ups is probably going to be far more effective than elaborate zoning plans to engineer equal kale distribution.
CCF Litigation Director Karen Selick writes about how police sometimes break the law while purporting to uphold it.
You should not oppose bad ideas by enforcing some sort of restriction on them even being heard.
Alberta's new protectionist tax scheme is an affront to our constitution—just like the New Brunswick law we challenged in court this past summer.
"I shudder at the potential logical outcomes of rationing health care based on how much some politician or bureaucrat feels a patient deserves to live."
In the often challenging world of litigation and freedom fighting, it is essential to remain positive.
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