Opinion

The Post Millennial's opinion pages feature op-eds and analysis by some of North America's brightest minds, including Barbara Kay, Chad Felix Greene, Ari Hoffman, and Libby Emmons. Dedicated to free speech and opposed to cancel culture, the opinion pages are your destination for uncensored, unapologetic views.


5 days ago

Trudeau says no gov’t should tell a woman what to do with her body the same day he defends vax mandates

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended Canada's vaccine mandates while calling the overturning of Roe V. Wade "an attack on everyone’s freedoms and rights."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
8 days ago

New education media group aims to make space for teachers, parents who don't buy into progressive agenda

"It is crucial in this time of public education's decline... that we elevate the voices of all stakeholders in education—not just the chosen, left-leaning few."

Libby Emmons
10 days ago

Drag Queen Story Hour is the intentional 'queering' of early childhood education

"Ultimately, the authors propose that 'drag pedagogy' provides a performative approach to queer pedagogy that is not simply about LGBT lives, but living queerly."

Libby Emmons
14 days ago

Twitter keeps banning Savanah Hernandez—it's time her account was fully restored

Each time Hernandez has been banned has been shortly after one of her interviews went viral and garnered national recognition.

Ashley St. Clair and Libby Emmons
15 days ago

'Terror on the Prairie' star Tyler Fischer on rebuilding his career after facing anti-white discrimination

"I quit acting for three years, because that I was getting emails like that, just explicitly out front like, 'Hey, I probably shouldn't submit you because you're white, but you're right for the role.'"

Libby Emmons
15 days ago

EXCLUSIVE: Gina Carano on her new Daily Wire film, 'Terror on the Prairie'

"I have more confidence in myself. It took having everything stripped away for me to have that confidence to stand up for myself to stand up for what I felt was right. And it opened the door."

Libby Emmons
19 days ago

All signs point to the Trudeau Liberals lying about getting police advice to invoke Emergencies Act

"Now we know that not a single police force in this country made that recommendation," said Conservative Dan Lloyd on Wednesday.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
23 days ago

Woke media, activists SHOCKED to discover TPUSA conference for conservative women promotes conservative values

It is not a weakness to start a family, to raise children, to love and respect a man who loves and respects you back, it is a strength, and one upon which our nation, at its best, is based.

Libby Emmons
24 days ago

First responders speak about policy following delayed Uvalde response — 'We don't wait'

"Every second that goes by is potentially more deaths. And if the offender is engaging police, then they are not killing others."

Ari Hoffman
a month ago

Top Gun sequel shows that Hollywood is finally tiring of China's censorship

The Top Gun sequel is pure adrenaline wrapped in an American flag. It deserves every single one of the $151 million the film has earned this weekend.

Ari Hoffman
a month ago

Defining women is not an 'anti-trans' hate crime

They interpret our refusal to pretend that humans can change sex as evidence that we wish they didn't exist.

Mia Ashton
a month ago

The CBC fails to see authoritarianism in our own backyard

What is remarkable about the CBC is its complete and utter blindness to the harsh and uncompromising authoritarianism that has descended upon Canada since early 2020.

John Carpay
a month ago

Stephen Blackwood on the making of Ralston College

"There has never been a human civilization without mechanisms of its own transmission, and we have largely destroyed or lost ours."

Libby Emmons
a month ago

Biological male celebrated for 'breastfeeding' newborn while the mother hemorrhages post-childbirth

Jennifer Buckley, who began to transition in 2017, said that pumping the "milk" was "exciting" and made Buckley feel more feminine. (Photos supplied to Daily Mail)

Libby Emmons
a month ago

CARPAY: Canada is one step closer to the demise of free speech with Bill C-11

The OSA could open the floodgates to other laws that extend government control over what we see, hear, read, and think.

John Carpay