John takes us through a book he recommends, Seven Absolute Rights: Recovering the Historical Foundations of Canada's Rule of Law, by Lakehead University's Ryan Alford. Though it was published in 2020 and written before government lockdowns, John explains why the book gives him hope for the future as we fight to re-establish our rights and freedoms lost in the last few years.
Amazon.ca: Seven Absolute Rights: Recovering the Historical Foundations of Canada's Rule of Law by Ryan Alford
Ryan Alford Twitter
Britannica: Magna Carta, England 
British Library Timeline: Habeas Corpus Act 1679
History.com: English Bill of Rights (1689)
UK Parliament: 1701 Act of Settlement
Amazon.ca: Permanent State of Emergency: Unchecked Executive Power and the Demise of the Rule of Law by Ryan Alford
Glenn Greenwald in The Guardian, Feb 5, 2013: Chilling legal memo from Obama DOJ justifies assassination of US citizens
Britannica: Star Chamber, English law
New World Encyclopedia: Edward Coke
Britannica: Divine right of kings--political doctrine
Canadian Encyclopedia: Constitution Act, 1867
CanLII: Roncarelli v. Duplessis, 1959
Fraser Institute, Jan 19, 2023: Lockdown: A Final Assessment
Fraser Institute, Jan 19, 2023: Why Did Jurisdictions Repeatedly Use Inefficient Lockdowns During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
MacDonald-Laurier Institute, Nov 24, 2022: COVID vaccine mandates in Canada were a mistake: Are we ready to learn the right lessons?
Frontier Centre for Public Policy, Oct 28, 2022: A Big Picture Look at the Disastrous Public Health Response to COVID-19
Theme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens