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Furor over police participation in Pride parades are another example of how far-left radicals seek to unearth old injustices and conjure new oppression in an era of unprecedented tolerance and diversity.
Left-wing political violence poses a clear and present danger to the stability of capitalist democracies
In war and politics, the greatest threat always comes from within.
Hate has lost all meaning.
I am thankful for the ocean separating North America from the wasteland that is Europe. It’s a physical barrier or wall, if you prefer, that effectively keeps Europe’s problems from washing ashore here at home.
The provincial election was a disaster. No matter the final result, it’s clear that Christy Clark lost the election. Big time.
It’s reprehensible to politicize the deaths of hard-drug users on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
Roars from U.S. President Donald Trump are reverberating across the B.C. political landscape.
Socialist leaders in British Columbia come in two stripes — the meek and the sneering. During last week’s leaders’ debate, John Horgan proved he is the latter.
Ordinarily, I loathe the topic of election campaign finance reform. Agitation for the elimination of corporate campaign contributions is most certainly driven by left-leaning sore losers.
In the mouths of modern radicals, a fascist or Nazi is simply a conservative winning an argument with someone on the left.
Political campaigns are awash with the seductive promise of change.
For resistance to manifest revolution, leaders prime the young with propaganda and pious notions of self-righteous virtue.
Spring forward, fall back is more than a catchy reminder about which direction to adjust one’s clocks to comply with daylight saving time. It’s a maxim for making the most out of life.
The left has an awkwardly discordant position when it comes to practical uses of DNA in today’s society.
Multiculturalism is a myth, built on the fallacy that all cultures are morally equivalent.
Ends always justify the means for those striving to do good, no matter the cost to life, liberty and truth.
Scathing reports from child welfare critics are not going to prevent future tragedies as that which befell 18-year-old Alex Gervais.