I've been turning over the latest controversial article from Thoughts on Liberty, trying to figure out what bothers me about it.
The essay is rooted in truth. As a few people have pointed out (or, sigh, demonstrated) being told that we're over-sensitive or biologically predisposed to oppose liberty is something that really happens to women exploring and advocating the ideas of liberty. If you don't think that has an effect on the margins then I really don't know what to say. Being flippant or dismissive of anyone's concerns is not a recipe for bringing them into the discussion.
But something about the essay is off.
Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press Maxime Bernier is taking a gamble. He believes that there is a large, disenfranchised voting bloc in Canada...
Hayek's essay ' Why I Am Not a Conservative ' is often misremembered as a defensive claim that says conservatives are invested...
I think Lorne Gunter says it all , as far as responses to the political rationalizing for the current government's behaviour go.