The new Christmas horror-comedy Silent Night offers a shrewd indictment of both mindless secularism and authoritarian science.
It alludes to an adage with roots in ancient Greece, “Let the cobbler not judge above the sandal.” That is, mind your own business.
Declaring a “climate emergency” would open the door to rule by diktat over environmental policy. You can envision the authoritarian possibilities.
Ban it for other things as well, says Professor Elizabeth Bartholet in a stunning article for Harvard Magazine.
Euthanasia is more than just legal in Canada. It has become a government-guaranteed right.