Around the world this year, governments and bureaucrats have pushed to implement “vaccine passports”. …


One conservative writer I appreciate reading is David French. His Sunday French Press newsletter often challenges my opinions on important political issues. I do not always come away agreeing with him, but I often come away feeling that there is some validity I had not previously considered to the counterarguments…


Modernity is obsessed with subjectivity. It’s about “lived experience”. It abhors the idea of objective truth. It’s about “Your Truth”.

Maybe this is a product of unfettered liberalism which values the sovereign individual above all else (and perhaps while dispensing with all else). I think I was a classical liberal…


During the pandemic I took up the fashionable hobby of complaining about the restrictions and lockdowns the Alberta government has imposed. After trying my hand at it for some months now, I have concluded that complaining is all style and no substance. Sure, it’s catchy, but it doesn’t work properly…


Actual conspiracies have been played out in nearly every society from ancient Rome to modern Japan. But this piece deals with those conspiracies that are nothing more than theory-those that live primarily in the imagination (and in the collective imagination of the internet). …


Pictured above: Our car-camping rig. Our outdoor antics have accounted for almost 15,000km on our beloved Matrix in the past 3 months.

Back in May, Leigha and I made a goal to go camping every single weekend we could this summer. Last weekend was our tenth trip together. It’s been…


The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ is a compilation of several records written by peoples who were led by God out of the Middle East and to the Americas, many years before Jesus was born in Bethlehem. …


I’ve been reading some good old Benjamin Franklin recently and have been appreciating how he kept up such a faithful correspondence with so many of his friends. We could all use some old-fashioned correspondence. We could all use some deliberate and purposeful communication designed for establishing mutual understanding instead of…


The need for godliness

As the world turns away from God and faith (becomes godless), the mores of our nations melt away. News and political dialogue suffer from deficiencies in integrity, morality, and civility. …

John Wetterstrand

Conservative, Christian, proud Canadian 🇨🇦

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