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B.C. Premier Christy Clark holds post-election press briefing in Vancouver, May 10, 2017. (NICK PROCAYLO/PostMedia)

Confused messaging crippled Clark

The provincial election was a disaster. No matter the final result, it’s clear that Christy Clark lost the election. Big time.

B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan. (File Photo)

Unions buy political access in advance

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.

There will be no trips south for the Girl Guides of Canada. (Postmedia Network file photo)

Girl Guides teach dangerous lesson

For resistance to manifest revolution, leaders prime the young with propaganda and pious notions of self-righteous virtue.

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Thank Canada for Daylight Saving Time

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.

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Say no to legal heroin!

Ends always justify the means for those striving to do good, no matter the cost to life, liberty and truth.

A man walks past a makeshift memorial in front of the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec in Quebec City after a gunman killed six people while they were praying Jan. 29. (Phil Carpenter/Postmedia)

After Quebec shooting more unfettered dialogue is needed, not less

Instantly following the horrific slaughter of six Muslims at a mosque in Quebec the media sphere lit a fire with indictments of U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration policy and charges that he is responsible for stoking extreme right-wing violence.

President-elect Donald Trump stands with Vice President-elect Mike Pence at a news conference at Trump Tower on January 11, 2017 in New York City. This is Trump's first official news conference since the November elections. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Loaded questions smear Trump

This week's question: "Should the news media be allowed to ask a public figure any question they want?"

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Facebook complicit in effort to censor speech

Controversy over so-called “fake news” is more than a fabrication by the Left to deflect blame from its disastrous, poisonous and vicious policies, which helped cost Hillary Clinton the U.S. presidential election.

Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. (Getty Images)

Progressive drug policy blinded by compassion

Human suffering is the norm on this planet. It’s been this way since the dawn of time. We should not ask ourselves why is there so much suffering in this world? Instead, we should be asking why is there so little of it? At least here in the West.