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With bitter divisions plaguing Western democracies, it is increasingly difficult to identify the issues on which both sides agree.
In comedy, “bombing” is when your jokes don’t land, and the crowd stares stone faced at whatever jokes you’re saying. The show I was at this night could probably be described as less of a comedy show, and more of a bomb-factory.
The academic world is in the grips of yet another scandal. This time it’s come in the form of an admissions scandal of truly epic proportions.
“Specifically, threats of violence against our members by various political fringe groups and one domestic terrorist organization are now deemed very credible, and have escalated in the last 48 hours,” says the Hellenic community.
The path to reconciliation must lead toward autonomy and self-government for Indigenous peoples. Once we are able to manage our own affairs and keep our own leaders in check, then we all will prosper.
Look at those in Social Media Land who most loudly proclaim the Gospel of Liberation, and look carefully, because tomorrow’s tyrants will be chosen from among their ranks.
There must be a more productive use of social media than ruining people’s lives.
Quebec, if the English version of the national anthem was offensive, boy oh boy, do we have news for you
In this interview, Gad Saad puts forth a kind of call to arms, calling for fellow academics to join him in his crusade against social justice antics, and to speak up against the parasitic thought that has gone viral across Western and developed countries, especially on college campuses
Spoiler: The unions want you to think so.
Bock-Cote was – and continues to be – in favour of a nationalism that attaches culture, history, language, and religion to the idea of national identity.
Twitter has an opportunity to help unite a politically divided nation. To move toward that goal, however, they will have to heed Pool’s and Rogan’s advice to break out of their own ideological bubble.
“Where I get nervous is when people get denounced for saying things that make people feel uncomfortable or denounced for not having the right to express something because they are not from the background which should be expressing it.”
The Guardian’s smear of Morrissey was just one of many to appear over the last few years in the mainstream media. The hit pieces keep coming. But they never work. He’s too seminal, too necessary, too good.
The federal government has failed to protect our country from the threat of radical Islamism, and they’ve failed to protect Canadian Muslims from violence.