Anthony Furey, Postmedia Network

Anthony Furey is a national columnist for the Sun Media chain of newspapers. He was formerly the comment editor of the Ottawa Sun. He's also written for TIME, NY Daily News, Human Events and more. He's been a guest on Fox New Channel, BBC and can regularly be heard on talk radio.


Lou Reed performs at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago on Aug. 9, 2009. (John Smierciak/AP Photo/Files)

Political correctness used to be a joke, now it’s downright scary

You never know what's going to be deemed off limits by the social justice brigade next. Slut-shaming, victim blaming, cisgender patriarchy ... you could make a whole Billy Joel song from just sounding off all of the fictitious neuroses that are already a big no-no.

Dr. Kellie Leitch, federal Conservative leadership hopeful, speaks during a Rally For Free Speech event hosted by Ezra Levant on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017 in Toronto. (STAN BEHAL/TORONTO SUN)

Canadians overwhelming support a values test

Three-quarters of Canadians support testing new immigrants to Canada for “anti-Canadian” values, a new poll commissioned by the French-language division of CBC reveals.

An exploding solar flare. (Jupiterimages/Getty Images)

No plan on how to deal with EMPs — yet

Canada doesn't have a plan to deal with an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack, politicians learned Monday. But it is an issue officials are at least thinking about.

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jokingly checks his watch during a Maclean's magazine town hall in Ottawa, Canada, December 16, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

Trudeau’s Baltic blunder hurts our rep

European MPs are trying to teach Prime Minister Justin Trudeau geography, concerned that he can't identify Baltic nations. This is not a good situation to be in folks.

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau waves with his wife Sophie, sons Hadrien (L), Xavier (R) and daughter Ella-Grace while boarding his campaign bus after voting in Montreal, Oct. 19, 2015. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi

Feelings beat facts in Trudeau win

This will be remembered as the election where feelings triumphed over facts. The election where style trumped substance.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau carries his son Hadrien as he enters the polling station to cast his vote Monday, Oct. 19, 2015 in Montreal. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

Can Justin Trudeau even lead?

The man who polls tell us will be elected prime minister tonight is shockingly inexperienced for the job.