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4 hours ago

Canadians deserve to see the science behind COVID lockdowns

When asked directly to provide the specific medical and scientific authorities that might justify the violations of our Charter freedoms, governments simply stonewall.

John Carpay
a day ago

Care isn't infrastructure, no matter what Biden and Mother Jones say

Many women do not want to outsource the care of loved ones to government programs primarily staffed by other women who are giving up the care of their children and parents to government programs in order to earn a paycheck.

Libby Emmons
a day ago

Father sentenced to 6 months for violating gag order about child's medical gender transition

In 2021, Canada really is sterilizing lesbian, gay, autistic and depressed children, and calling that "human rights." The false consensus enforced by the courts cannot hold.

Erin Perse
a day ago

Vancouver rally against the medical transition of youth draws large crowd, naked protestors

This fight is bigger than political grievances between those who fancy themselves leftists versus anyone who falls to their right on the political spectrum.

Amy Eileen Hamm
a day ago

Findings that 'systemic racism' doesn't exist in the UK met with fury by anti-racist activists

What Rotherham proved, dramatically and tragically for the white girls who were the ongoing barbarism's victims, was that it is now anti-racism that is the default institutional response to inter-cultural tensions.

Barbara Kay
a day ago

Israeli Independence Day a cause for celebration with new friends in the UAE

Yes, you read that right. The UAE offered congratulations to Israel on Israeli Independence Day—in Hebrew.

Ari Hoffman
2 days ago

Why pipelines should matter to Minnesota

When a company, after half a century, wants to decommission a pipeline and replace it with another, safer and more efficient one, that's a replacement pipeline, not a brand new pipeline project.

Mark Milke and Lennie Kaplan
6 days ago

Canadian Pastor Pawlowski shows how American churches should have responded to closures

In the United States, where churches were shuttered for various amounts of time by state, some pastors did push back—others filed lawsuits, and yet still others remained quiet.

Nicole Russell
7 days ago

Father who was jailed for violating gag order about child's medical gender transition to plead guilty

He will admit to willfully breaching certain orders of the Supreme Court restricting his speech and accept a sentence of 18 months probation.

Erin Perse
9 days ago

White supremacy is NOT the root of all race-related violence

A critical race theory professor, who leads anti-racism workshops on intersectionality, penned an article arguing that white supremacy is the "root of all race-related violence" in the United States. It's not.

Mia Cathell
9 days ago

Human Rights Campaign blasts epidemic of anti-trans violence—but it doesn't exist

The narrative of disproportionate violence against people of color does not appear supported, nor does the argument the numbers are severely underreported as LGBT fear reporting to the police.

Chad Felix Greene
9 days ago

Trudeau government funds program teaching teens how to know they are trans

Teen Talk, with the backing of the government tells teens how to know they are transgender, but it gives teens no understanding as to how it feels to be fine within their own bodies.

Libby Emmons
11 days ago

Dr. Bonnie Henry's lockdown is killing my mother

Lockdowns imposed by Dr. Bonnie Henry, British Columbia's Provincial Health Officer, are slowly killing my mother, and so many other people.

John Carpay
13 days ago

Democracy should be about more than voting once every four years

Unfortunately, in Ontario, voters often need to wait years before handing out a pink slip that should have come long ago.

Jay Goldberg
13 days ago

Framing voter ID laws as 'Jim Crow' denies the triumph of the Civil Rights movement

The continued framing of voter ID laws as particularly and intentionally anti-black 67 years after the Civil Rights Act is disingenuous.

Libby Emmons
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