Yesterday was the 800th anniversary of the day King John reluctantly signed the Magna Carta, the document that was the foundation of our parliamentary democracy, and the rule of law.And most importantly declared that nobody was above the law, not even the king.So it's ironic that few people have celebrated that anniversary more than . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Why Canada Desperately Needs a Magna Carta Moment
A Toronto lawyer is trying to raise funds to bring a copy of Magna Carta and the companion Carta de Foresta or Charter of the Forest to Canada.
The four original charters dating to 1215 never leave England but a copy from 1225 might be allowed to make a four city tour of Canada.
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Probably two of the most important voices challenging the status quo today are rarely if ever granted access to mainstream media anymore. Both highly respected, Pulitzer Prize winner and former New York Times journalist Chris Hedges, and Noam Chomsky, a towering intellect who has for decades been warning us of the fabricated reality being imposed . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Mainstream Media’s Silencing of Important Voices