Luke Eric Peterson

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Jul 18, 2003

Pledging allegiance to U.S. foreign policy

Luke Eric Peterson
Under the Bush Administration, the warning is clear:a free trade agreement is not something one has aright to. It's a privilege. When it comes to prospective trade partners, the U.S. expects coopera
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Jun 3, 2003

State-funded media: Has their time come?

Luke Eric Peterson
Would a government-funded newspaper resemble Pravda? Or could it cover investigative ground that the commercial media ignore? Journalist Luke Eric Peterson raises the questions, offers the arguments
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Nov 4, 2002

Canada's Next Province: Oregon

Luke Eric Peterson
We knew the time would come. Americans are finally looking to Canada for a little direction — on health care. Candidates in upcoming elections across the nation are jousting over competing drug
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Sep 24, 2002

Pre-Crime and Punishment

Luke Eric Peterson
In the hit film <i>Minority Report,</i> a Washington D.C.-based police unit, headed by Tom Cruise, specializes in thwarting crimes before they take place. In U.S. President George W. Bush&#146;s late
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Aug 27, 2002

It's My Party

Luke Eric Peterson
Issues? What issues? If this summer&#146;s contest between Jean Chr&#195;&#169;tien and Paul Martin has taught us anything it&#146;s that knives aren't the best implement for sketching out a politica
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Jul 22, 2002

Calligroeconomania

Luke Eric Peterson
An irrational desire to affix one's signature to anything touted as a guarantor of further trade, investment or economic growth. Symptoms include willing participation in the North American Free Trad
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Jul 12, 2002

O Happy Day

Luke Eric Peterson
Tax Freedom Day has come and gone, and what do we have to show for it? The Fraser Institute goes out of its way to discourage Canadians from considering the benefits they enjoy in return for paying t
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Mar 25, 2002

Speaking for the Young at Eighty-One

Luke Eric Peterson
As every tributary in Canada burbles withwords of praise for Canada's wisest political commentator,one important aspect of Dalton Camp's legacy has been lessremarked upon: the tremendous loss his dea
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