Jean Swanson is an archetypal leftist.
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This week's question: Is reverse racism a thing?
Question: Is conservatism reactionary?
Critics of home schooling argue the quality of education received is below the standard of that delivered by the public school system. Allow me to acquiesce one point. Not all home-schooled students are stellar intellects.
With a degree of certainty, I predict there will be a western military presence in Afghanistan for decades to come.
This week's question: Should both the extreme right and extreme left share blame for the Charlottesville tragedy?
Never has the relationship between Canada and the United States been more important than it is right now.
On Friday former premier Christy Clark resigned as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party and Kelowna MLA.
Question: Is social justice a myth?
This week's question: Are the B.C. wildfires getting worse from climate change?
This week's question: Should Canadians accept blame for Omar Khadr’s mistreatment?
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.