Canadian News, Culture

Another B.C. woman forced out of business in transgender male-genitalia waxing case

Marcia Da Silva, who is an immigrant from Brazil operated the business out of her home where her small children also live.

Cosmin Dzsurdzsa / Jul 17, 2019

American News, Culture

U.S. city to punish homeless with “Baby Shark” song on loop

The song is a maddening tune with a very simple, yet devastating hook, repeated several times. After this song, another song called “It’s Raining Tacos” is played, which may somehow be more annoying than Baby Shark.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jul 17, 2019

Canadian News, Culture

Halifax Pride forced to pull promotional material after “facekini” panic

This month’s Halifax Pride was pressured to apologize for a photo which appeared in both their online promotional material and the July 18th-28th 2019 Pride schedule of events booklet.

Terry Newman / Jul 17, 2019

Opinion, Culture

Was Dr. Leana Wen fired from Planned Parenthood because of identity politics?

Was Dr. Leana Wen ousted from her role as Planned Parenthood president for her problematic management style or because she endeavoured to depoliticize, and better facilitate, women’s health?

Libby Emmons / Jul 17, 2019

Culture, International News

U.K. university student invents anti-manspreading chair, wins national award

Laurel says she was inspired by real life events. “It came from my own experiences of men infringing on my space in public.”

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jul 17, 2019

Opinion, American News, Culture

Activist Shaun King tweets praise for Antifa terrorist, later deletes it

Following the attack on an ICE detention centre in Tacoma, Washington by a 69-year-old self-proclaimed “Antifa” terrorist named Willem Van Spronson, King decided to praise the perpetrator’s actions, along with a number of other prominent left-wing activists.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jul 16, 2019

American News, Culture

The brutal murder of Bianca Devins reveals the problem of incel culture

Bianca Devins was 17-years-old when her life came to a tragic halt. She had been tracked down after a concert by a jealous wannabe-boyfriend, Brandon Andrew Clark, and nearly decapitated, the photos of her lifeless body posted to his Discord server and Instagram.

Anna Slatz / Jul 16, 2019

Canadian News, Culture

Alberta couple cause uproar over photo of kiss in front of dead lion

A viral photo showing an Edmonton couple kissing behind a dead lion they had killed during a trip to South Africa has caught the two in a world of online backlash.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jul 16, 2019

American News, Culture

“I am Antifa”: Far-left extremist writes in manifesto before bombing Washington-state immigration centre

In his manifesto, the attacker echoes the language of Democratic Party congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has referred to the detention centres as “concentration camps” and increased her rhetoric against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers (ICE).

Cosmin Dzsurdzsa / Jul 15, 2019

Opinion, Culture

Stop apologizing, Scarlett Johansson

The apology doesn’t placate anyone, instead, it gives the scolds more power. The way to deny that power is to deny them the satisfaction of a guilty admission. Refuse to apologize when you believe you’ve done nothing wrong. Stop apologizing.

Libby Emmons / Jul 15, 2019

Canadian News, Culture

Twitter permanently silences Canadian free speech activist Lindsay Shepherd

One of Canada’s most outspoken free speech advocates, Lindsay Shepherd, has been suspended from Twitter. The suspension comes after and jousting match with a notorious trans woman named JY who has been accused of predatory behaviour toward children and frivolous human rights complaints.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 15, 2019

Opinion, Culture

U.S. Air Force “stands ready” to retaliate against one million people ready to invade Area 51

The Facebook event has caught the attention of media internationally, as the number of attendees has skyrocketed to 1 million, with another million “Interested.” If everyone were to show up, that would mean there are more people ready to attack Area 51 than there are people in Latvia.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jul 15, 2019

Culture, #Entertainment

Selina Soule is fighting for justice for women in sports

Title IX passed in 1972. The purpose of the bill was to encourage girls like Selina Soule to participate in sports with equal resources and opportunities as those offered to male athletes, who at the time were considerably advantaged. The words “gender identity” were not included in the bill.

Barbara Kay / Jul 15, 2019

Opinion, Culture

Harmeet Dhillon is taking on Antifa and big tech

Harmeet Dhillon is making history by launching Publius Lex, a non-profit organization with a broad mandate: to fight in the courts for civil rights of Americans whose voices have been silenced by activists, big tech, and legacy media.

Barrett Wilson / Jul 14, 2019

Opinion, Culture

The west does not value life

Between capital punishment, abortion, assisted suicide, and forced euthanasia, we are less interested in securing the conditions for life than…

Libby Emmons / Jul 12, 2019

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