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  • CJNEWS Why is Prince Andrew the only one being held accountable? Tuesday January 18th, 2022
    It was with a pang that I was informed by People.com that “Queen Elizabeth strips Prince Andrew of [his eight] military titles and patronages amid sexual assault lawsuit,” as the headline read. A day after a judge rejected Prince Andrew’s attempt to have a civil lawsuit quashed, alleging sexual misconduct against him in 2001 by one of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims, Virgi...
  • CJNEWS The CBC’s woke bias has been a problem for decades Monday January 10th, 2022
    Canada’s journalism world was rattled recently when Tara Henley — previously unknown to me — a now-former CBC radio and TV producer, as well as on-air columnist, not only called it quits on her eight-year stint at the CBC, but wrote a rather damning open letter explaining why, published on her new Substack page: “Lean Out with Tara Henley.” (Henley had publishe...
  • CJNEWS Civility defeats social media vitriol Friday December 24th, 2021
    The “Christmas column” can be the bane of one’s writing year. Unless your country is actually being invaded, there’s no point in writing about world events. Or Quebec’s hijab law. Or why trans activism is making life miserable for women. Or even whether COVID’s Omicron variant will turn out to be weaker or stronger than this expert or that one has predicted....
  • CJNEWS Trans athletes create a competitive imbalance in sports Monday December 6th, 2021
    On Nov 20, outrage was sparked in the world of sport by yet another case of a natal male making mincemeat out of competitors in a women’s division. Trans-identified swimmer Lia – formerly Will – Thomas “blasted” University of Pennsylvania swim records in the 200m and 500m freestyle, achieving times of 1:43:47 and 4:35:06 respectively, which would have placed Thoma...
  • CJNEWS Suzuki exposed as a fraud who pays lip service to his causes Tuesday November 30th, 2021
    Reader’s Digest used to do annual polls to discover which prominent Canadians were deemed most trustworthy by the public. In first place in 2010 for the second year in a row: “eco-champion” David Suzuki, was described on the Reader’s Digest website as “honest, compassionate, and communicating a clear message.” How could so many Canadians have been so gu...
  • CJNEWS KAY: Green extremists ignore indigenous voices that don’t fall in line Saturday November 27th, 2021
    In mid-November, a handful of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs in BC spearheaded yet another attempt — thwarted by the RCMP — to scuttle Coastal GasLink’s $6.6 billion natural gas pipeline. The half-completed pipeline will run 670 km from Dawson Creek in northeast BC to Kitimat on the west coast, there to be processed in an $18-billion terminal financed by ...
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