National Post readers blast the Liberal government's plan to attempt to regulate the internet, and weigh in on other issues of the day. Ontario Premier Doug Ford has a tendency to be his own worst enemy. PLUS yet another independent review of sexual misconduct in the military, and hope that we could all have a vaccine before Canada Day. At the beginning of the month, Canada earned the odious distinction of being one of the only countries in the world dealing with three variants of concern spreading unchecked at the same time, all because our Liberal government failed to learn one of the key lessons of the past year: border closures work. With Schadenfreude, there is a false sense of justice associated with seeing either someone or a nation being accused of being 'bad'.
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Get the Upshot in your Inbox. Black boys raised in America, even in the wealthiest families and living in some of the most well-to-do neighborhoods, still earn less in adulthood than white boys with similar backgrounds, according to a sweeping new study that traced the lives of millions of children. White boys who grow up rich are likely to remain that way. Black boys raised at the top, however, are more likely to become poor than to stay wealthy in their own adult households. Even when children grow up next to each other with parents who earn similar incomes, black boys fare worse than white boys in 99 percent of America. And the gaps only worsen in the kind of neighborhoods that promise low poverty and good schools. According to the study, led by researchers at Stanford, Harvard and the Census Bureau, income inequality between blacks and whites is driven entirely by what is happening among these boys and the men they become.
Throughout the medieval era, mainstream Christian doctrine had denied the existence of witches and witchcraft, condemning it as pagan superstition. In , a papal bull by Gregory IX established a new branch of the inquisition in Toulouse , France, to be led by the Dominicans. It was intended to prosecute Christian groups considered heretical, such as the Cathars and the Waldensians. Records were usually kept by the French inquisitors but the majority of these did not survive, and one historian working in , Charles Molinier, refers to the surviving records as only scanty debris.
Commentary by Justin Marceau. Commentary by Jessica Rubin. Courts are often accused of failing to adapt doctrine to the complexities of new technology. However, courts sometimes make the opposite mistake — stretching old doctrine too readily, when a new technology in fact presents no novel legal problem to solve.