Here's a roundup of the past week's work for the National Post for those who might have missed something (and there is really no excuse, because it all ends up on Full Comment, which has its own RSS feed). From last Sunday: a Full Comment item that asks the question "Why does minor officialdom have trouble understanding rights enjoyed by the individual in Commonwealth countries for hundred of years?" From Tuesday (although the print version ran Thursday): an editorial questioning whether Canada really has anything to apologize for over the Komagata Maru incident. My Friday editorial: do Supreme Court justices need to be bilingual, or just sensible? Friday's signed column: a look at how the eco-conscious will abandon and trample "science" the second it reaches a conclusion they don't happen to like. Filed Friday afternoon: what's really worrisome about the Supreme Court's attack on the Youth Criminal Justice act. And finally, a brief weekend reading recommendation.