Of all the sins white Europeans are charged with by progressives, colonialism ranks highest. Expiation for their forebears’ crimes, through the process known as “decolonization,” has...
It’s that time again. You need a perfect summer read. Not too heavy, not too light, solid human interest, above all a page-turner. Here it is: wine critic Natalie MacLean’s 2023 memoir, &l...
Earlier this month, the Fraser Institute published the results of a commissioned poll, conducted by Leger, that sought to know how Ontario parents of children in schools—both public and private&...
MONTREAL — In a 2008 Commentary Magazine article, Ruth Wisse, who in her youth was a Jewish studies pioneer at McGill University, issued a warning to diaspora Jews: if Arab “rejectionism&r...
June 8 was the 75th anniversary of George Orwell’s anti-totalitarian novel, “1984.” Whenever we speak of the state’s encroachment on individual rights, on the role technology p...
In 2021, Linda Blade, former NCAA All-American track and field champion, today a high-performance coach, published a book (which I co-authored): Unsporting: How trans activism and science denial are d...
Israel is home to about 150,000 Christians, 80 percent of them Arabs. They live and prosper in security and equality with their fellow Jewish and Muslim citizens. But they are an anomaly in the Middle...
The most compelling evidence for Hamas’s atrocities on October 7 came straight from the source: live video from GoPro cameras strapped to the terrorists’ bodies. Why, all sane people wonde...
Robert Rex Raphael Murphy was a great Canadian. His profound erudition could have led to a career in academia, but, fortunately for us, Rex chose journalism because he hated footnotes. In voice and pr...
Another Mother’s Day has come and gone. As florists, jewellers, and purveyors of brunch all across North America happily tot up their profits, it’s a good moment to reflect on our culture&...
For seven months, since Oct. 7, university students have been enjoying revolutionary cosplay. Their faces swathed in Arafat scarves, they wave flags, demand Israel disinvestment, scream mantras premis...
Pock, pock, pock. That’s the sound of champagne bottles being opened throughout the West by people who care about children’s mental and physical health. They are celebrating the 338-page f...
According to a January report submitted to Israel’s Knesset regarding anti-Semitism around the world since Oct. 7, anti-Semitism is up 800 percent in Canada (higher than France, Germany, and the...
These two things are true, and everyone associated with elite sport knows them to be true: i) males who have gone through puberty (and even before to a measurable degree) are biologically advantaged o...
A pro-Palestinian activist group called Nakba Education BC has sent an open letter and a petition to Minister of Education Rachna Singh demanding that “the Nakba” be immediately (“NO...
On March 20, La Presse published a cartoon, drawn by their longtime cartoonist Serge Chapleau, which depicted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a repulsive vampire — big nose, bald he...
Last week, with bipartisan support, the United States House of Representatives voted to force the sale of TikTok, the video-sharing platform owned by ByteDance, a company under the influence of the Ch...
You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who will defend animal suffering as a value in itself. But few of us are animal rights absolutists—that is, who believe animals have the right not to b...
The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) promotes its standards of care (SOC) as a lodestar for the treatment of gender dysphoria. Its devotion to the “affirmation&rdquo...
On Feb 25, Aaron Bushnell, 25, an active-duty member of the U.S. Air Force, livestreamed himself in the act of setting himself on fire outside the Israeli embassy in Washington, D.C. He had already al...