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  • The Post Millennial P is for Progressivism: also for Posters, Privilege, Parents and Pushback Monday March 12th, 2018
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  • National Post There’s no safe space on campus to debate bathroom politics Tuesday March 6th, 2018
    Heather Brown, a third year Business student at Trent University, is no transphobe. She takes a live-and-let-live approach in gender matters.But Trent has instituted a policy of gender-neutral washrooms, and Brown balks at sharing intimate space with members of the biologically opposite sex. She discovered that expression of her discomfort is more than unwelcome on her campus; it has literal...
  • The Post Millennial What Elephants Can teach us About Gun Violence and “Toxic Masculinity” Monday March 5th, 2018
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  • National Post Collapse of basic fact-checking helps feed the fake-news narrative Wednesday February 21st, 2018
    Fake news is a big problem. Increasingly, serious citizens look to mainstream media for responsible reportage. When media betrays the public’s trust, it’s scary. And the media does fall short, sadly, both in matters large, which arouse public ire, and in matters that are only apparently small, and don’t. Not by publishing purposefully fake news, but by publishing “new...
  • The Post Millennial Stephen Harper’s Aboriginal Agenda and its Unintended Consequences under Justin Trudeau Monday February 19th, 2018
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  • National Post Delaware students can now choose their own race. This should end well Tuesday February 13th, 2018
    The state of Delaware is poised to adopt what is known as “Regulation 225.” Approved both by the Delaware State Education Association and Gov. John Carney, Regulation 225 would safeguard children’s “protected characteristics,” such as gender, age, race, sexual orientation and gender identity. Section 7.4(1) of 225’s Prohibition of Discrimination Code state...
  • CJNEWS Progressive Jews should respect the opinions of others Tuesday February 13th, 2018
    The Feb. 8 issue of The CJN featured an irate letter to the editor signed by 26 readers, including several rabbis (including my own), who were incensed by my last column, which argued that basic Torah principles on hot-button gender issues – unfettered abortion, gay marriage and gender fluidity – have been sacrificed by progressive Jews on the altar of political correctness. By “principle...
  • The Post Millennial Outrage from scientists over pseudo-scientific homeopathy, silence on pseudo-scientific “gender-fluidity” Monday February 12th, 2018
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  • The Post Millennial Trans Pronouns are more than the sum of their parts (of speech) Wednesday February 7th, 2018
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  • National Post The #MeToo court of public opinion needs some ground rules, fast Tuesday January 30th, 2018
    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s courtship of his wife, Chirlane McCray, has all the makings of a Hollywood romcom. They met in 1991 when she started working at New York City Hall. He — according to a 2013 New York Times profile on the story, a “lanky, bearded operative across the building” — was instantly attracted to her, but she had “zero interest”...
  • The Post Millennial Raheel Raza is fighting against Islamic Extremists Tuesday January 30th, 2018
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  • The Post Millennial Forget “Be fruitful and multiply”. Today it’s “Be fruitless and subtract” – or else Wednesday January 24th, 2018
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  • National Post B.C. school official protests ‘transgender education’ — and pays the price Wednesday January 24th, 2018
    Barry Neufeld, a long-time trustee of British Columbia’s Chilliwack School District, hadn’t planned to find himself at the centre of a legal battle, whose outcome could have far-reaching consequences for gender-related teaching programs across Canada.But on Jan. 22, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF, on whose board I sit), announced it will be defending Neufeld...
  • CJNEWS THE TORAH AND TRANSGENDERISM Friday January 19th, 2018
    In our liturgy, the Torah is referred to as the “tree of life.” But although it’s rich in general guiding principles, the Torah is paradoxically terse or mute on several of our era’s hottest issues: abortion, gay marriage and transgenderism. These issues share two common denominators: all reverse or thwart natural procreation, and all have become litmus tests for left-wing ideologues. As a resu...
  • National Post Canadians don’t need a ‘National Day’ scolding us for being Islamophobic Wednesday January 17th, 2018
    The federal government has been asked by the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) to declare Jan. 29, the first anniversary of a murderous attack on a Quebec mosque that left six dead and several others injured, a “National Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia.” The word Islamophobia is something of a trigger to some of us, as NCCM knows well. The group was in...
  • National Post Fighting off the chill (no pun intended) against skeptical climate science Tuesday January 16th, 2018
    Yes, the Earth is warming. How much and how fast is so far all hypothesis. It is therefore imperative that scientists be free to debate each other’s theories Baby, it was cold outside. I’ve felt grateful the past few weeks that I live in a draft-free house with a reliable furnace. Another reason for gratitude: the recent record-breaking low temperatures served to embarras...
  • The Post Millennial Nice Whites Can’t Win: Civility is the New Racism according to Critical Whiteness Theory Monday January 15th, 2018
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  • The Post Millennial Embrace progressive cultural values when you hire a student, or we won’t show you the money, says federal government Wednesday January 10th, 2018
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  • National Post The Left’s Siege of Our Universities Tuesday January 9th, 2018
    Below is Barbara Kay's review of David Horowitz’s new book, “The Left in the Universities" which is volume 8 of The Black Book of the American Left, a multi-volume collection of David Horowitz's conservative writings that will, when completed, be the most ambitious effort ever undertaken to define the Left and its agenda. (Order HERE.) We encourage our ...
  • National Post Fighting off the chill (no pun intended) against skeptical climate science Tuesday January 9th, 2018
    Baby, it was cold outside. I’ve felt grateful the past few weeks that I live in a draft-free house with a reliable furnace. Another reason for gratitude: the recent record-breaking low temperatures served to embarrass the global-warming Chicken Littles.Climate skeptics never claim that record-breaking cold is a sign of global cooling. It’s time for climate alarmists to stop insis...
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