Law


Racially-charged stabbing suspect also allegedly beats white cellmate to death

Nineteen-year-old inmate Jayvon Hatchett, the suspect in a racially-charged stabbing last month, is now facing charges for beating his white cellmate to death.

Mia Cathell

Establishment media shields Antifa in coverage of Antifa shooter's death

Left-wing news outlets refused to shine a light on Antifa's dark influence when covering the death of admitted Antifa shooter Michael Forest Reinoehl.

Mia Cathell

Soros-funded Virginia county prosecutor shrinking caseload for certain domestic violence crimes

Mr. Descano has now chosen to keep his prosecutors from the courtrooms in nearly all misdemeanor cases and essentially let victims and officers fend for themselves," a source told The Post Millennial.

Mia Cathell

Man charged with double murder was arrested at Portland riot days before and released without bail

A rioter, currently accused of stabbing two civilians to death in June, was arrested at a violent protest in downtown Portland just one week earlier and quickly released without bail.

Mia Cathell

Outspoken BC father in transgender child case faces jail time for violating gag order

A British Columbia father of a transgender child is knowingly facing imprisonment for defying court orders and publicly warning parents of rapid onset gender dysphoria in young girls.

Mia Cathell

Making face masks mandatory is not backed by science or law

Government policies are still based on the panic of March, rather than on the facts known in July.

John Carpay

Federal judge's son shot to death, husband in critical condition

U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas’ husband and son were shot on Sunday by a man posing as a delivery driver for Federal Express.

Sam Edwards

Alberta Law Society embraces politically correct cancel culture

Faced with baseless NDP claims about a "racist" Aboriginal scholar and lawyer who represents people harmed by residential schools, Jason Kenney’s UCP government folded like a cheap tent.

John Carpay

Jerry Dunham was killed by the lockdown—not by COVID-19

Jerry posted on Facebook: “…my government told me they’re willing to let me die, which according to them is for my own safety.”

John Carpay

Bill to ban FGM passes in Wyoming despite pushback by radical trans activists

A Wyoming bill to ban FGM was nearly defeated by opposition from trans activists on the grounds that it would outlaw gender reassignment surgery for minors.

Erin Perse

Trudeau government lawyers cost taxpayers $222 MILLION

Despite losing nearly a third of all lawsuits, a newly released audit into the Department of Justice found that government lawyers cost tax payers a whopping $222 million.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Please don’t cough while using a urinal: Alberta’s new restaurant regulations

The restaurant relaunch guidelines show that the Alberta government sees us as naïve toddlers, who must be carefully managed. For our own good, of course.

John Carpay

Women forced by courts to refer to rapists’ preferred pronouns

Female victims in court proceedings are now bound to refer to males who physically and sexually attack them as "she" if that is their preferred pronoun.

Erin Perse

Canadians rush to draft online wills amidst coronavirus crisis

Many Canadians have begun drawing up their wills and signing powers of attorney over the past two weeks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Quinn Patrick

Justice dismantled as restrictions placed on court systems

If restrictions persist beyond what is reasonable, then the checks and balances of our court system should be engaged.

Lisa Bildy