Jordan Schroeder

Jordan Schroeder

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Articles/Stories written by Jordan Schroeder: 6
Why Andrew Scheer’s weak leadership is bad for all Canadians

Why Andrew Scheer’s weak leadership is bad for all Canadians

Andrew Scheer’s weak leadership is bad for all of Canada because he doesn’t provide the Conservative counterweight our democracy needs.

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Straw man arguments and the path to a more productive election season

Straw man arguments and the path to a more productive election season

We make these straw men (both our parties and their supporters) because making your opponent have evil values turns a voter’s decision to support a party from a rational one to an emotional one

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Canada’s unanimity on child subsidies is dangerous to conservatism

Canada’s unanimity on child subsidies is dangerous to conservatism

This policy, of course, violates both of these principles by taking money away from hard-working people to provide for other people who have no reason for not providing for themselves.

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Why constitutional rights should have priority over human rights

Why constitutional rights should have priority over human rights

By choosing to enforce Yaniv’s human rights, the strong arm of the state is reaching down into the personal lives of these women and forcing them to do a very intimate act against their own personal convictions. Such a scenario is the antithesis of a free society.

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Should we even have a Human Rights Tribunal?

Should we even have a Human Rights Tribunal?

For the sake of both our freedom and the plight of marginalized people, we must act to make our Human Rights Code better.

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Suing for hurt feelings: How to restore confidence in the BC Human Rights Tribunal

Suing for hurt feelings: How to restore confidence in the BC Human Rights Tribunal

Section 37 of the BC Human Rights Code allows the tribunal to make an award of damages to a complainant for “injury to dignity, feelings, and self-respect”. The tribunal is permitted to award any amount for this that it sees fit.

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