Political campaigns are awash with the seductive promise of change.
Brent Stafford, The Duel
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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.
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.
Question: Is climate change just hype?
This week's question: Should Canadians be leery of Kevin O’Leary?
This week's question: "Should the news media be allowed to ask a public figure any question they want?"
Occasionally, I win The Duel before writing a single word.
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.
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.
For overly sensitive congregants in the church of inclusivity here is your trigger warning—this column uses language intended to pay homage to Christmas, Santa Claus and the birth of Christ, while at the same time displaying indifference towards your contemptuous "War on Christmas."
Canadian dissidents are complaining and no one is listening. Why should they? The self-righteous dissident crowd never advocates for centrist positions on any issue.
One must admire the strength Ontario Conservative MP Kellie Leitch is displaying in her campaign to become leader of the Conservative party.
Better savour that bowl of granola and antioxidant green smoothie as come Wednesday morning it won’t taste quite the same under a President Donald J. Trump—freedom has a funny taste to it for progressives.
This week’s topic: Should we be concerned about war with Russia?