Mr. Levant’s strategy involves driving a wedge between the well-meaning McGill students of the world and environmental groups such as Greenpeace (…)
It’s not familiar ground for the right-of-centre commentator to find himself standing on.
As he gleefully declared, he had never had occasion to type the phrase “social justice” approvingly before this book. But it was the only phrase that fit when contrasting the lot of truck drivers earning $100,000 a year with shovel-carrying drudges in Nigeria’s oil patch.
“It’s so much fun being a liberal,” Mr. Levant said. “I’ve never done it before”