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Brave female rapper takes stand against segregated ticket prices

Tiny Jag’s stance is a brave one, in an era when Black Americans who oppose the demonization of white people are often demonized themselves by their Black American peers. She has already received backlash online.

Celine Ryan / Jul 6, 2019

Opinion, Culture

Ruining someone’s life is not an opinion

We live in the age of the virtual mob.  We no longer have to collect pitchforks, torches, and bang on…

Anna Slatz / Jul 5, 2019

Opinion, Culture

Sorry, Twitter activists, most people just aren’t racist anymore

It’s a new reality for anti-racists on Twitter, who decried the racism of all those racists who are pissed that Halle Bailey will be playing Ariel in Disney’s upcoming live action The Little Mermaid.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Jul 5, 2019

Opinion, Culture, Politics & Policy

Modern tribal politics strips us of our empathy

If we get offline, join forces and get loud. It’s not about Trump. It’s not about AOC. We will figure out an immigration policy another day. Right now it’s about empathy; it’s about doing what’s right; it’s about kids.

Jamie Kilstein / Jul 4, 2019

Opinion, Culture

For a Canadian, American exceptionalism will always exist

As many believe America is in crisis, such a question will indeed be asked amid celebrations and be the subject of many reflections. Are there still reasons to be patriotic? Was America ever great to begin with?

Shane Miller / Jul 4, 2019

Opinion, American News, Culture, Politics & Policy

Antifa will beat you until you believe that words are violence

In response to perceived word violence, Antifa fights back with actual violence. This is basically their whole game and it’s time for it to be called out for the thuggery it is. It’s not noble to bash journalists.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Jul 3, 2019

Canadian News, News, Culture

Canadian version of RuPaul’s drag race to start production this fall

Hit reality TV series “RuPaul’s Drag Race” will be getting a Canadian adaptation in the near future. The series, titled…

John Ployer / Jul 3, 2019

Opinion, Culture, Politics & Policy

Noah Carl fights back after dismissal from Cambridge

Carl says a possible way forward to increase viewpoint diversity may involve online universities, which Jordan Peterson has advocated, or withholding public funding for universities that refuse to comply with free speech.

Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Jul 2, 2019


Three suspects sought in connection to Antifa Andy Ngo attack

Portland police have released photos of three suspects in connection to the violent assault on journalist Andy Ngo

Cosmin Dzsurdzsa and Barrett Wilson / Jul 1, 2019

Opinion, American News, Culture

Why the right appropriates leftist heroes

It is clear that globally, the Right hasn’t been a great champion for the cause of freedom they so claim. Their horrid attempt at trying to cover up their inadequacy comes in the form of using actual Socialists and trying to pose them as right-wingers.

Siddak Ahuja / Jul 1, 2019

Opinion, Culture

Is this the death knell for political cartoons?

If political cartoons and op-eds are continually censored, then what is the purpose of a newspaper at all? Artists and writers are supposed to kick against the pricks. If we completely rid them of their ability to do so, all we are left with are the pricks.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Jul 1, 2019

American News, Culture

Progressivist “blue check” journalists celebrate the assault of Andy Ngo

While Andy first reported being “milkshaked,” it was quickly obvious his injuries were far more severe. He was bleeding from being beaten in the head and face, and reported going to the ER.

Anna Slatz / Jun 30, 2019


An American speaks out on Canadian censorship

The quest for perpetual safety, in body or in thought, leads to imprisonment. And speaking as an American, we’ve got quite enough people locked up already without jailing our speech as well.

Libby Emmons / Jun 27, 2019


Should we doxx anonymous Canadian political trolls?

I say this as someone who thought, at one time, exposing these trolls would do something to reduce the problem—the answer is not doxxing them. It is, in fact, accepting that this sort of vitriol is an unpleasant part of the discourse- yes, even in Canada.

Joshua Lieblein / Jun 27, 2019


Google shows its true colours with defamation of mainstream conservatives

Despite the personal biases of its staff, Google must provide accurate information. The people are waking up and they are ready to walk away. Where will they go?

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Jun 26, 2019

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