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.


Major Democrat-run cities are losing populations to smaller locales

Residents of the top listed cities that were already outrageously expensive to live in are now also dealing with COVID-19, spiking crime and ongoing civil unrest.

Ari Hoffman

Disgraced former Trudeau Finance Minister was chauffeured around Toronto, Ottawa during peak lockdown

Morneau charged $202.80 on July 22nd, the same day he was testifying on the WE scandal, completely remotely via Zoom.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

EXCLUSIVE: Pimp turned Seattle 'Street Czar' speaks out

"It's not conventional, people say what the hell is a Street Czar? Of course, you wouldn't understand you are not from the streets… that's why I fit this so perfectly."

Ari Hoffman

Racial minorities targeted in ad for population control

Whether in Canada or in the global south, we should have no part in policies, programs, or organizations which seek intentionally to push non-white women to have fewer children.

Garnett Genuis

Trudeau's address to the nation was first speech of unofficial pre-election campaign

After years of division, Trudeau had a chance to seek more common-ground and unity across the political spectrum, and he instead chose the opposite.

Spencer Fernando

Americans call for the firing of FBI Director Christopher Wray after he downplays violent threat of Antifa

This led many on social media to call for the termination of Wray from his FBI post.

Libby Emmons

New study shows kids are more at risk due to restrictions than from COVID-19

Much of the public suspected that children have been rarely affected by COVID-19 directly. Lockdown has adversely affected these kids' mental, emotional, and physical well being.

Nicole Russell

Seattle to be first city in the nation to offer 'safe injection sites'

The council now appears to be trying to take up the legislation while the public's attention is focused on other matters such as defunding the Seattle Police Department.

Ari Hoffman

Canada is suffering from collective germophobia

Data published by governments around the world shows that COVID-19 threatens elderly people who are already very sick. COVID-19 poses virtually no threat to children, youth, or healthy adults under 60.

John Carpay

The 7 women on Trump's Supreme Court shortlist

His short list includes dozens of qualified men and women, but he confirmed at a rally last week in North Carolina that he was likely to choose a woman.

Nicole Russell

These machines have been trained to hunt conservatives

We are rapidly moving into a world in which big tech algorithms are involved in almost every aspect of our lives.

Allum Bokhari

Bill de Blasio's incompetence is bringing NYC back to its darkest days

Broken windows have returned to New York City – and not just because of the rioters de Blasio has enabled.

Matt Palumbo

Black moms and dads deserve to know the truth—kids do better with two parents

Black communities are not singular in their drift away from two-parent family life; they are only the most deeply affected by a widespread cultural trend.

Barbara Kay

Beware the poison pills in Trudeau's upcoming throne speech

"If Justin Trudeau had been an honest and reasonable politician, this kind of distrust wouldn’t be necessary. If he had kept his word and kept his promises, then he would get the benefit of the doubt."

Spencer Fernando

EXPOSED: BLM quietly scrubs anti-American, Marxist language from its website

BLM has changed its messaging, scrubbing their rhetoric in favour of disrupting the nuclear family from their site.

Libby Emmons