The view from the north

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Paul Jackson, who writes about Canadian politics for the American Thinker, writes his Sunday column for the Calgary Sun explaining American politics to Canadians. It is a great read. A sample:

President George W. Bush may well go down as one of the great presidents of recent history because he has one single—minded purpose.

That is to defeat radical Islamic world terrorism and save western civilized democracy from annihilation.

This is quite a formidable challenge —— and you aren't going to measure up to it by getting queasy when tormented Lib—Left termites tear at you.

Paul Jackson, who writes about Canadian politics for the American Thinker, writes his Sunday column for the Calgary Sun explaining American politics to Canadians. It is a great read. A sample:

President George W. Bush may well go down as one of the great presidents of recent history because he has one single—minded purpose.

That is to defeat radical Islamic world terrorism and save western civilized democracy from annihilation.

This is quite a formidable challenge —— and you aren't going to measure up to it by getting queasy when tormented Lib—Left termites tear at you.