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Barrett Wilson

Barrett Wilson is a Sr. editor for The Post Millennial

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Antifa militant throws explosive device at courthouse while wearing vest grandma bought him for rioting

An Antifa rioter in Portland who threw an explosive device at the Mark O. Hatfield federal courthouse has been identified thanks to an online review of the vest he was wearing, left by his grandmother.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 29, 2020

Canadian News, News

UBC sued for violating free speech, cancelling Andy Ngo speaking event

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) is suing the University of British Columbia for its cancellation of a speaking engagement by TPM editor-at-large Andy Ngo.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 27, 2020

News, American News

BREAKING: Charges filed against St. Louis couple who defended their home from BLM mob

Charges have been filed against Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple who defended their home from a mob of BLM protestors on June 5th.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 20, 2020

Canadian News, News

WATCH: Montreal police tackle and arrest man in Tim Hortons for not wearing a mask

On Saturday afternoon, a man who refused to wear a mask was tackled to the ground and arrested by police in a Montreal Tim Hortons.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 19, 2020

Canadian News, News

The CFL's Edmonton Eskimos will cave to pressure and change their name

The CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos are changing their name according to TSN's Ryan Rishaug. A formal announcement could come as soon as next week.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 17, 2020

News, American News, International News

BREAKING: Ghislaine Maxwell denied bail by New York judge

A New York judge denied bail to Ghislaine Maxwell on Tuesday. Maxwell is awaiting her trial on sex trafficking charges.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 14, 2020

Canadian News, News

The US-Canada border will remain closed until August 21: sources

The US-Canada border is set to stay closed until August 21st according to sources familiar with the situation.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 14, 2020

Canadian News, News

Saskatchewan INCREASES funding for Saskatoon police

Saskatchewan is bucking the "defund the police" trend by increasing the amount of funding for the Saskatoon police. The total funding is now $5.88 million.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 13, 2020

Canadian News, News

Trudeau to extend Canadian Emergency Wage Subsidy through December

The program, designed to subsidize companies' wages during the COVID-19 pandemic. The subsidy covers up to 75 perfect of wages.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 13, 2020

Canadian News, News

Co-founder of BLM Vancouver says that 'reliability' and 'loyalty' are white supremacist concepts

A Vancouver-based leader of Black Lives Matter has taken to Twitter to expose the concepts of "reliability" and "loyalty" as part of "capitalist white supremacy" that must be resisted and rejected.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 13, 2020

News, American News

Goya Foods CEO refuses to apologize for praising Trump

Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue is refusing to apologize for praising US President Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 10, 2020

News, American News

Seven Antifa militants face federal charges after arrests in Portland

Seven Antifa militants have been arrested by authorities in Portland and are facing federal charges for participating in a violent riot outside of a US courthouse.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 7, 2020

Canadian News, News

BREAKING: Anti-eviction protests turn violent outside of Toronto mayor's home

Protestors and Toronto police clashed outside of Toronto Mayor John Tory's condo Monday evening.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 6, 2020

News, American News

WATCH: Father of eight-year-old girl killed in occupied Atlanta parking lot speaks out

“They say black lives matter. You killed your own this time. You killed a child. She didn’t do nothing to nobody,” Secoriya Williamson, father of eight-year-old Secoriea, said.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 6, 2020

Canadian News, News

UPDATE: Armed man arrested at Rideau Hall identified as Corey Hurren of Manitoba

The man arrested after an incident involving firearms at Rideau Hall wanted to speak to PM Trudeau. He had recently become unemployed and had grievances about emergency coronavirus measures.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 2, 2020

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