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Review: Titania McGrath’s Woke

Indeed, wokeness is a phenomenon that we may never be able to comprehend fully.

Shane Miller / Apr 2, 2019


Conservatives must listen to their base on immigration, not the left-wing media

It’s amusing that liberals obviously shouldn’t be trusted to have conservatives’ best interests at heart, and frightening because too many conservative politicians and consultants are naïve enough not to realize this.

Brad Betters / Apr 2, 2019


Five ways to use social media to open your political mind

There is a way to climb out of the social media sludge, and into the clean air of reason without having to give up Twitter or Facebook entirely. Not only that, I believe social media can actually help you open up your political perspectives—if you use it wisely.

Ashley Donde / Apr 1, 2019


In defense of sex: millennials should really try having it

It’s way easier to stay home and masturbate than to go out and fall in love. But it’s not better. Sex, love, and life are worth leaving your parents’ basement for.

Libby Emmons / Mar 31, 2019


DZSURDZSA: The politics of recording phone calls

Despite being an underling to the Prime Minister, Jody Wilson-Raybould exerted a certain democratic power which only comes about when superiors are reminded that they are being watched by those they represent.

Cosmin Dzsurdzsa / Mar 31, 2019


Preston Manning on faith, Jordan Peterson, and Stephen Harper’s populism

“You can have as much freedom as your prepared to accept responsibility for.”

Lucas Holtvluwer / Mar 30, 2019


Farting at someone is not a crime in Australia

David Hingst accused his boss of repeatedly passing wind in his office.

Carrie Ling / Mar 29, 2019


Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism, and the problem of compelled speech

If your sympathy for a good cause has to meet a “compelled speech” standard to be considered sincere, then who is the more admirable character? Bullying those who eschew conforming symbols thus provokes contempt for the bullies and respect for the genuine sincerity of the non-conformist.

Barbara Kay / Mar 28, 2019


Should non-Muslims be wearing hijabs to show solidarity?

The trend started with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and was eventually replicated by several female newscasters and policewomen while spreading in the general community as a movement under the name “headscarf for harmony.”

Anna Slatz / Mar 27, 2019


Review: Ben Shapiro’s The Right Side of History

Shapiro diagnoses this distress as a crisis of meaning. He observes that our civilization is collapsing “into an old-age tribalism, individualistic hedonism, and moral subjectivism.”

Shane Miller / Mar 26, 2019

Canadian News, Culture, Politics & Policy

Survey: almost 80% of Canadians oppose further gun control

According to the Globe and Mail, the Trudeau government’s plan to take away your guns has run into one major roadblock. The Canadian people don’t want any more gun restrictions.

Yanky Pollak / Mar 25, 2019


Comedy Central host exposed as a hypocrite by hidden camera

What the secretly recorded video reveals is that Jefferies is a hypocrite who mocked Islam himself and even drew a cartoon of the prophet Mohammed in an attempt to egg Yemeni on.

Libby Emmons / Mar 24, 2019


John A. Macdonald statue vandalized again in Montreal

Bending to the will of leftist ideologues is not only an assault on our nation’s beloved democracy but is also a rejection of one simple fact—that we cannot hold views critical of historical figures outside of the context, institutions, and morals of their time.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Mar 24, 2019


14-year-old hockey goalie shamed for Trump “wall” mask

The fact that the mask depicting the President of the United States could spark such aggression from either political side is telling of the times we live in today.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Mar 22, 2019


Progressive professors want a blacklist of Quillette writers

Using social pressure to stigmatize is a hallmark of witch hunts throughout history, and this tactic hides in plain sight on social media. But one wonders what the point is of declaring a publication dedicated to free speech and open discourse off limits?

Terry Newman / Mar 19, 2019

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