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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
The following is a transcript of a recent speech given by National Post columnist Barbara Kay at an event hosted by the Canadian Antisemitism Education Foundation. My rhetorical writing standards and...
In the news turbulence following the Oct. 7 pogrom in Israel, here and there one saw evidence of surprising Zionist bedfellows. A few months ago, for example, a fascinating video circulated on X, feat...
You may have friends — as I do — who, as parents following a separation, have suffered the anguish of seeing beloved and formerly loving children turn into hostile strangers for no apparen...
“Canadians deserve to know the truth,” Pierre Poilievre told reporters earlier this week, regarding 2021 claims made — but never investigated — of unmarked graves at the Kamloo...
On July 10, 2020, a statement of claim for defamation was issued against Kimberley Hawkins, owner and “directing mind” of now-closed Toronto Bloor St. eatery, Foodbenders. The plaintiff, S...
Since Oct. 7, I have been writing columns about alarming spikes in antisemitism and the revival of Jews’ historical fears. But in this, my pre-Christmas and final column of 2023, I feel bound to...
Have you heard the expression, “Two Jews, three opinions”? Truly, we have always been a contentious people. In judging the worthiness of any particular internal debate, our sages applied ...
The most inspirational hero stories are about people who never aspired to the role, and never dreamed that heroism was their destiny. Carolyn Burjoski, a lifetime resident of Kitchener, Ont., was, un...