Cancel culture is in its own way democratic. Woke mobs—social media jackals or institutional flacks—don’t care whether their target for immolation is male or female, famous o...
Israel marks the 75th anniversary of its founding this year, and the National Post is launching a five-month celebration of the Jewish state, telling the remarkable story of its rebirth and resilience...
The struggle to arrive at a sport policy solution that protects women’s sex-based fairness rights, while accommodating transgender inclusion-based rights, continues apace. Inclusion rights have...
On January 27, 1945, the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, whose gas chambers claimed the lives of more than a million people, most of them Jews, was liberated. Never again, it was assumed. But, followin...
News from Scotland on the gender rights file is attracting international attention. At its centre is Adam Graham, a tattooed brute who, following rapes committed in 2016 and 2019, re-framed himself as...
In making their entertainment choices, I realize that for many folks, any viewing experience that doesn’t scare them witless is dull fare. Yet being terrified has never been my personal entertai...
In 2016 and 2019, a violent Scottish thug by the name of Adam Graham raped women he had met online. After being charged, he renamed himself Isla Bryson and assumed feminine lamination (wig, cosmetics,...
Three utopian projects obsess the left: environmentalism, racism, and androgyny. Climate affects us all, racism affects millions of us, but genuine gender dysphoria is extremely rare. And yet the obse...
Antisemitism in the United States is on the rise. When neo-Nazis designated Feb. 25 as a “Day of Hate” targeting Jewish institutions, Jews were warned to be vigilant. The Anti-Defamation L...
Why are so many children drawn to books in which the parents are absent—death or abandonment—and the step-parent or guardian hostile? From “Snow White” to “Cinderella,&rd...
In February, Abbotsford Conservative Party MP Ed Fast introduced Bill C-314, the Mental Health Protection Act, which would quash the federal government’s (delayed) mental-health extension, witho...
Last week, a woman I don’t know but who follows me on Twitter, tweeted her despair over the “tsunami wave of obscurantism wash[ing] over women’s rights in Canada.” A responder ...
An Angus Reid poll that canvassed the voting intentions of 5,000 Canadians from March 6-13 uncovered a wide gender gap between Conservative and Liberal supporters. Overall, the Liberals trail (29 per ...
On April 1, a new website was launched by the Indian Residential Schools Research Group (irsrg.ca) whose mission is to share with the public historical materials concerning the residential-school syst...
During the COVID lockdown, grumpy from inactivity, I by serendipity fell upon the rebounder — a mini-trampoline — as the perfect lockdown exercise vehicle. (I still love it.) Audiobooks be...
The 10-day online election of the Law Society of Ontario “benchers”—the board of directors that sets policy and determines other matters related to the governance of Ontario’s ...
Partnering with celebrity influencers was nothing new for Budweiser. So their VP of Marketing, Alissa Heinerscheid reckoned it could work for a beer with declining sales that, in her view, required a ...
With an estimated 1.4 billion people, India’s population has drawn even with China’s, and will soon surpass it, as China’s population is in decline and aging, while India’s is ...
On May 5, an important documentary film, “When the Mob Came,” was released by producer Caylan Ford. The well-crafted and absorbing film chronicles Ford’s 2019 political cancellation ...
On April 28, Herschel Siegel, a 25-year-old Orthodox Jew from Atlanta, committed suicide. In retrospect, a March Instagram post by the openly gay young man struck many observers as predictive. In it,...