April 23, 2015

A journey to England looking for heroes -- and finding them

John RobsonResident Historian
 

We are in England looking for heroes. Genuine heroes, who stood up for freedom at great personal risk.

Not ironic, postmodern or transgressive but sincere, brave and right on the big issues.

We have found them.

From Stephen Langton to Edward Coke and beyond… and backward.

We shall have more to say on our return, to those who understand that history is an adventure with villains and heroes, not a mockery with deconstruction and discourse.


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commented 2015-04-25 19:43:36 -0400
Keep up the great work Mr Robson
commented 2015-04-24 14:45:55 -0400
Looking forward to your return.
commented 2015-04-23 22:09:57 -0400
God knows we need to recognise our heroes. History, tradition, are the threads that keep our country whole.
commented 2015-04-23 20:30:19 -0400
This is great! I love to hear such stories…much better than the garbage we usually hear today… it’s all murder and mayhem on TV and mindless silliness (now that Sun N.N. is gone)….so many unsung heroes too that we will never know about…looking forward to the end result of your work…today so many live in fear instead of by principle…we need heroes to stimulate us to higher ways.
commented 2015-04-23 19:12:56 -0400
Very Exciting! Can’t wait!
commented 2015-04-23 19:11:07 -0400
I cannot imagine a contemporary scenario in which the Magna Carta was introduced for the first time by the Harper government and the SCC did not strike it down to the resounding cheers of the politically correct and the CBC.