The British reconsideration of multiculturalism has reached a new stage, with the Tories now engaged in an internal debate. A main spokesman, has called for renewed emphasis on national unity. The shadow defense minister has gone even further, calling on Muslims who despise the British way of life to pick up and leave the country. That comment has sparked protests. Meanwhile, the Tory’s shadow attorney general has argued that Muslim anger is “totally understandable” in light of the war in Iraq. This comment has sparked its own slew of outraged responses. Here’s a story on the expanding multiculturalism row from The Herald. And here’s a story from The Guardian.
Editor’s Note: The following is the fourth in a series of articles in which Mr. Yoo and Mr. Phillips will lay out a course of constitutional restoration, pointing out areas where the Supreme Court has driven the Constitution off its rails and the ways the current Court can put it back on track. The first entry ... Read More
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