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America can’t quit Kanye

For a while, everyone stopped rooting for Kanye to get better. It’s worth asking why we did that. And it’s worth talking about how he’s still here.

Jamie Kilstein / Jun 10, 2019

Opinion, Culture

The New York Times attacks YouTubers including Philip DeFranco and Joe Rogan

The thumbnails include perfectly mainstream cultural figures like Jordan Peterson, Milton Friedman, Jimmy Kimmel, and Philip DeFranco. As the reader scrolls down, the images disappear. It has the feel of the NYT’s “most wanted” thought criminals.

Barrett Wilson / Jun 9, 2019

Opinion, Culture

Vox journalists ruin people’s lives then demand higher wages

What began as an ideological turf war for control of the narrative has morphed into social engineering. We are erasing our own history because we think it’s too offensive.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Jun 7, 2019


Review: Black Mirror, season five

Review: Black Mirror, season five

Joseph Fang / Jun 7, 2019

Canadian News, Culture

A Montreal war memorial was vandalized just before D-Day

Today, on the 75th anniversary of D-Day, most of us are taking time to reflect on the brave soldiers who risked their lives for our freedom.

Yanky Pollak / Jun 6, 2019


Liberals need to respect diversity of opinion on abortion

Clearly pro-lifers and pro-choicers are both welcome in the Conservative Party. And, they have more in common than you might think.

Garnett Genuis / Jun 6, 2019


YouTube to launch politically correct purge—thousands of users to be removed

YouTube wants you to feel safe in trusting their “authoritative” sources and allies. But what they’re not telling you is that “authoritative” is just code for authoritarian.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Jun 5, 2019


The many faces of modern anti-Semitism

My grandchildren have never known a time, as we did, when synagogue doors did not have guards. The town hall may reveal that additional layers of security will be considered necessary.

Barbara Kay / Jun 4, 2019

Opinion, Culture

The Daily Beast thinks memes are “hoaxes” and those who post them must be punished

What makes this situation more insidious is that Facebook aided and abetted the doxxing by providing The Daily Beast with Brooks’ personal information so that they could further antagonize.

Barrett Wilson / Jun 3, 2019


Conrad Black highlights Canada’s underappreciated achievements

Canada is underestimated by many of its own citizens and by countries around the world. This perception motivates Conrad Black’s latest book, The Canadian Manifesto.

Peter Copeland / Jun 2, 2019

Opinion, Culture, Politics & Policy

Trudeau’s social media hypocrisy is on full display

Do not trust Justin Trudeau with your social media. Do not let his manipulative rhetoric fool you. The truth is, he can’t wait to shut you up and cash in while doing so.

Barrett Wilson / May 30, 2019


This writer exposed collusion between Antifa and the media and was mobbed for it

Why is Twitter taking its cues from journalists who this writer has shown to be connected to violent Antifa activists?

Joseph Fang / May 30, 2019


China's hip-hop scene is an unlikely haven for free speech

It appears that co-opting an art form known to be anti-system and infusing it with "Chinese qualities," as per Xi's directive, may prove trickier than first thought.

Joseph Fang / May 28, 2019


In a world of sex dolls and robots, ethics are hard to pin down

This isn’t my first visit to the sex doll rodeo. To honour my commitment to bright lines between ironic and serious intent, I hereby give notice that I am now finished having fun with this topic, and am now crossing over to a serious consideration of the issue of sex robots.

Barbara Kay / May 28, 2019


The cancelled are uncancelling themselves

The cancelled are starting to uncancel themselves. Massey, with his poem, has shown them a path forward. The next artists targeted by the mob can look to “Poem Against Cancellation” and find hope for their creative futures.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / May 27, 2019

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