Barbara Kay

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6 days ago

Ben & Jerry's doesn't boycott any nation but Israel over human rights abuses

Ben & Jerry's boycott of Israel is one they can afford, but they would never take this approach with larger markets, like China, despite human rights abuses in that nation.

Barbara Kay
20 days ago

Professor could be dragged before Human Rights Commission after raising gender and race debates in class

Prof. Haskell at Wilfrid Laurier University has been threatened with charges that will bring him before the Ontario Human Rights Commission for raising gender and race topics as open to debate.

Barbara Kay
a month ago

What the case of the Masterpiece Cakeshop says about the LGBTQ+ movement and free speech rights

When the gender-rights movement first got under way, their activists depended on society's commitment to free speech and conscience rights at a time when their own demands were unpopular.

Barbara Kay
a month ago

A Canadian historian faces cancellation for rejecting comparison between residential-school tragedy and the Holocaust

Chris Champion, publisher of the biannual Dorchester Review did dare to publish a rebuttal to the "Canadian Holocaust" trope on the DR website, titled "From Katyn to Kamloops."

Barbara Kay
2 months ago

Left-wing media engages in out of control Israel bashing

In this era, the combination of demonization, delegitimation and double standards regarding Israel in the media has a direct link to arousal of antisemitic rhetoric and even antisemitic behaviour.

Barbara Kay
2 months ago

Head of Canada's progressive 'Anti-Hate' network warns of 'sick rumours of violence aimed at Jews' after recent antisemitic violence

In every major city of North America and Europe, last week's anti-Israel rallies turned ugly in a way we in Canada have not seen before, with rock-throwing, Israel flag burning and outright assaults reported. (Photo: Yanky Pollak)

Barbara Kay
2 months ago

Mobbing of medical resident reveals double standards for social justice

Zachary Kuehner fell victim to a ruthless mobbing campaign that put him through a bruising "remediation" wringer, and came close to ending his career in medicine.

Barbara Kay
3 months ago

The divisive politics of COVID lead to vaccine hesitancy

State intervention to constrain the spread of an infectious disease is nothing new, and has been efficacious in almost eradicating in this part of the world what is one of the more pernicious maladies humankind is heir to.

Barbara Kay
3 months ago

Findings that 'systemic racism' doesn't exist in the UK met with fury by anti-racist activists

What Rotherham proved, dramatically and tragically for the white girls who were the ongoing barbarism's victims, was that it is now anti-racism that is the default institutional response to inter-cultural tensions.

Barbara Kay
4 months ago

Woody Allen is not the enemy—he is a distraction

Woody Allen is not the enemy. He is a distraction from the swelling second wave of a more powerful, organized and LGBTQI+ collaborative movement, for which the 1970s phenomenon was but a dress rehearsal.

Barbara Kay
4 months ago

Government-sponsored erasure of women's rights advances with the word 'female' being banned on International Women's Day

So the organizers had to make a choice: sternly reprimand those trying to shut down the gender criticals and allow open dialogue, or throw the gender criticals under the bus. They chose the latter.

Barbara Kay
5 months ago

Switzerland votes to ban the niqab in public

The Central Council of Muslims called it "a dark day," warning that the decision "opens old wounds, further expands the principle of legal inequality, and sends a clear signal of exclusion to the Muslim minority."

Barbara Kay
5 months ago

Mask mandates for children have no basis in science

Starting March 8, all Quebec students in grades 1 to 6 will be required to wear a mask at all times in the classroom and on school transport.

Barbara Kay
5 months ago

Academics and theorists reframe opposition to dangerous pit bulls in racist terms

If you recommend, as I do, the phasing out the breeding of pit bulls in the interest of public safety, Allen alleges, then what you are really in favour of is racism.

Barbara Kay
6 months ago

Jessica Mulroney was exonerated —so why isn't anyone apologizing for her cancellation?

Accurate reportage in a free society is not an act of courage. So the fact that so many people think it was tells you a lot—and nothing good—about the state of mainstream journalism in our society.

Barbara Kay

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