Category Archives: Good government

What’s wrong with gun laws?

Seems timely, with all the carnage in Arizona early in 2011, then the killing of Travon Martin, to re-run my October 2, 2010 column about Canada’s firearms law: By Joel Thurtell Watch out, NRA. My PAL’s gonna get you. Before … Continue reading

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A candidate apologizes

By Joel Thurtell I owe you all a big apology. Last month, with lots of fanfare that included a couple blog columns, I announced that I was running for President of the United States of America. And then I forgot … Continue reading

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How serious is my bid for President?

By Joel Thurtell The question has been raised whether I’m truly serious about running for President, given that my name is not on the ballot of a single state. To political strategists, this may seem like a huge liability. It … Continue reading

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Me and my PAL

By Joel Thurtell Watch out, NRA. My PAL’s gonna get you. Before I tell you about my PAL, though, I’d like to share the big scare I got today, October 2, 2010, when I opened a letter addressed to me … Continue reading

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