Barbara Kay

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Articles/Stories written by Barbara Kay: 86

Woman fired by restaurant after posting support for JK Rowling on Facebook

It is important that ordinary people understand that the phenomenon of cancellation has spilled over the banks that once contained the process to high-status people in the public eye.

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How a Biden win could get America the conservative president it needs

For the good of the nation, the win should be a decisive one – absolutely uncontestable. That's wishful thinking for Trump, but it could well happen for Biden.

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The war on critical race theory indoctrination is worth winning

This shining victory, whether brief or long term in its tenure, should be savoured to the full by Rufo and Peterson.

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Black moms and dads deserve to know the truth—kids do better with two parents

Black communities are not singular in their drift away from two-parent family life; they are only the most deeply affected by a widespread cultural trend.

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BC father may face jail for not acknowledging child's gender transition

After all, what does a 13-year old know about how she will feel at 30? Inability to see around life's corners and a tendency to absolutism are primary traits of immaturity.

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Drug addicts do not benefit from 'harm reduction,' but from rehabilitation and treatment

Harm reduction is the darling of progressive stakeholders in addiction management. Its most robust defenders tend to be ideologues, whose ultimate goal is the legalization of all drugs.

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Betsy Devos restores much-needed due process to American campuses with Title IX reforms

DeVos’s rule stands on firm legal ground because, in her administration’s creation of the new rule, legal procedures set down by the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) were followed, procedures that Biden and his team had sidestepped.

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Conservative newspapers must not succumb to cancel culture

Can conservative newspapers withstand the cancel-culture ethos in which many of their millennial and Gen Z ranks were molded?

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Why I'm leaving the National Post

In a Canadian media industry that regularly lauds itself for courageous truth-telling, the goal is now to hide one’s true opinion rather than declare it.

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REVIEW: The End of Gender by Debra Soh

Debra Soh, sexologist and neuroscientist, dedicates her new book, The End of Gender: Debunking the myths about sex and identity in our society to “everyone who blocked me on Twitter.”

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Now the woke army is trying to cancel classical music for 'racism'

Classical music's luminaries—Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Chopin—are, in the parlance, Dead White Males, a term of revulsion amongst the woke.

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Why are teenage girls afraid to become women? A new book explains their flight from biological reality

Shrier’s book is an enormously positive contribution to this fierce battle for children’s right to bodily and mental protection from harmful influence.

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It turns out cognitive differences are as simple as a game of chess

Progressive ideologues are committed to the dogma that environmental factors—racism, social construction—alone account for differences in racial and gender outcomes.

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Homeschooling emerges as a viable alternative to ideologically driven public education

If the homeschooling trend continues, stakeholders in the public education system won’t be happy for both financial and ideological reasons.

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The diversity, inclusion, equity movement (DIE) is now taking over the STEM field

It used to be that students who went into Science, Technology, Engineering and Math—STEM—thought they were safe if they kept their heads down. But they aren’t safe anymore.

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