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Diana Davison

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Opinion

Norman case highlights Trudeau’s lack of respect for our legal system

Henein was clear that the RCMP had not quashed any disclosure information, they simply didn’t have it. Now we need to know why.

Diana Davison / May 10, 2019

American News

UCLA humiliates Don McLean and themselves

However UCLA now feels about Don McLean’s past, for an esteemed university they’ve shown they shouldn’t rank high on research.

Diana Davison / May 8, 2019

Culture

The Scruton scandal goes deeper than a single shady hit job

In response to Douglas Murray releasing the audio of the interview to correct the errors, New Statesman released a transcript which they also had to correct.

Diana Davison / Apr 30, 2019

Culture

Canadian professor testifies that a last name on a vanity license plate is “gender violence”

Dr. Carrie Rentschler, a professor of Feminist Media Studies at McGill University testified in court that Grabher’s last name on a licence plate was an act of "gendered violence." This says more about feminist scholarship than it says about the Grabher family.

Diana Davison / Apr 26, 2019

Canadian News, News

Quebec journalist banned from Facebook for stating basic scientific facts

The battle over free speech regarding transgender issues continues. Le Journal de Montréal columnist Richard Martineau was temporarily put into the Facebook penalty box for asserting that women have a uterus: a statement which was reported as “hate speech” to the social media outlet.

Diana Davison / Apr 24, 2019

Culture

Making a real difference in a fake feminist world

I speak to people every day who are facing the most terrifying time in their lives. Sometimes I don’t say a lot; just having me listen and understand is the thing they really need.

Diana Davison / Apr 17, 2019

Canadian News, News

Trudeau government recommends “cash for women” policy

Of course, paying for women is a common practice for the Trudeau government. Pimpin’ ain’t easy but it’s something the Trudeau government is well acquainted with.

Diana Davison / Apr 15, 2019

American News

Geoffrey Rush wins defamation suit for false allegations published in the media

While most falsely accused people want to pursue defamation cases at some point, the time and expense of such cases usually blocks their access to justice.

Diana Davison / Apr 11, 2019

Culture

Joe Rogan reveals there is “much more” to Louis CK story

“There was a lot of sex talk. There was a lot of flirting…there was a lot going on … there are women who are taking advantage of this [#MeToo] movement!” ?

Diana Davison / Apr 8, 2019

News, American News

Jussie Smollett must face justice and Kim Foxx must resign

The public perception right now is that some people are more equal than others. It’s an Orwellian reality in which some people don’t get prosecuted for reasons the prosecutor won’t disclose.

Diana Davison / Apr 5, 2019

Canadian News, News

The Tuesday Night Massacre highlights Justin Trudeau’s problem with women

Thanks to the strong women who stood up to him, Trudeau doesn’t just have a problem with women, he now has a problem with all right-thinking Canadians.

Diana Davison / Apr 2, 2019

Canadian News, News

Wilson-Raybould’s new evidence makes SNC-Lavalin scandal even more scandalous

Jody Wilson-Raybould said she hopes for “a future where we truly do politics differently.” Whether or not the Trudeau government faces any accountability as a result of her ordeal will give the public a clear indication of the chance for that hope becoming a reality.

Diana Davison / Mar 29, 2019

Opinion, News Analysis

Cardi B drugged and robbed men, then blamed them

Cardi B admitted to drugging and robbing men she lured back her to hotel rooms.

Diana Davison / Mar 27, 2019

Opinion

Quebec is about to become a dangerous province for men

More convictions do not equal justice and until Quebec figures that out it may well become the most dangerous province in Canada for men.

Diana Davison / Mar 25, 2019

Opinion, News Analysis

It appears Johnny Depp was the victim, not the abuser

“With a prior arrest for violent domestic abuse and having confessed under oath to a series of violent attacks on Mr. Depp, Ms. Heard is not a victim of domestic abuse; she is a perpetrator.”

Diana Davison / Mar 15, 2019

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