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 / Mar 21, 2021
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 / Mar 9, 2021
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 / Mar 2, 2021
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 / Feb 21, 2021
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 / Feb 14, 2021
Kamala Harris had a duty of special care to put her actual mind to this issue before she let Joe sign that directive. And she chose not to.
Barbara Kay / Jan 31, 2021
Bradley, who describes himself as a libertarian, philosophically speaking, argued that "the whole point of life is to be open," and "It's OK to be a religious person. It's OK not to be a religious person."
Barbara Kay / Jan 17, 2021
Nowhere in the series do you find anyone blaming their sorrows or their thwarted ambitions or their victimhood in any given situation on racism.
Barbara Kay / Jan 3, 2021
In Ontario the town name of Cornwall became synonymous with an alleged pedophile ring of exactly those "respectable" men that for decades preyed on young boys.
Barbara Kay / Dec 20, 2020
Supriya Dwivedi filed a complaint against Corus Entertainment,, alleging the company refused to enforce journalistic standards on talk radio that led, as a consequence, to her being subjected to racist insults and threats of violence on social media.
Barbara Kay / Dec 9, 2020
I warmly commend the essays in Zionism: An Indigenous Struggle. They circumvent all such contextual obstacles and speak with such buoyant admiration to the normalcy and justice of the Zionist dream.
Barbara Kay / Nov 25, 2020
It is in totalitarian regimes, in which every aspect of life, including your private thoughts, is considered political, that they demand your very soul. And that is what has happened here.
Barbara Kay / Nov 3, 2020
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.
Barbara Kay / Oct 13, 2020
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.
Barbara Kay / Oct 5, 2020
This shining victory, whether brief or long term in its tenure, should be savoured to the full by Rufo and Peterson.
Barbara Kay / Sep 28, 2020