Archive for March, 2014

Weissenberger & Koch: The power of nationalism in Quebec

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Pierre-Karl Péladeau’s sudden entry as a Parti Québécois candidate tells us something about nationalism — something that politicians and many people in the Rest of Canada don’t seem to understand. Quite simply: tribe trumps. What could explain the decision by an ostensibly committed small-C conservative and/or libertarian business leader and public figure to run for [...]

We’re back in the National Post

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Please click on Latest Article at top left to see our recent column on Quebec nationalism, published in the print edition of the National Post last week. Also, at long last, we have moved beyond our “Merry Christmas” post. Yikes.