A new German commercial takes man hating to the next level
What is particularly revolting about this ad is that the mother—who is, let’s not forget, portrayed as the very avatar of human beneficence—demonstrates approval of her child’s disdain for her father.
J.K. Rowling has lost her magic touch by pandering to progressives
Rowling’s years-later revelation, one of startling magnitude, came as a stunning and puzzling novelty to the literary scene.
Bill 21 is not the problem critics think it is
Anyone presently wearing a visible symbol of their faith – notably the (visible) cross, the kippa and the hijab – may continue to serve out their tenure, but new candidates must be symbol-free. In addition, face cover in the getting and giving of public services will be banned.
Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism, and the problem of compelled speech
If your sympathy for a good cause has to meet a “compelled speech” standard to be considered sincere, then who is the more admirable character? Bullying those who eschew conforming symbols thus provokes contempt for the bullies and respect for the genuine sincerity of the non-conformist.
Justin Trudeau is an actor, not a prime minister
Justin is all surface. The selfie, the socks, the rolled sleeve and loosened tie, his and Sophie’s get-a-room Vogue Magazine cover, the Mr. Dressup tour of India: it’s all showmanship and brand messaging. Culturally, Trudeau is the personification of kitsch.
Canadian sports “experts” embrace misogynist practices to please trans activists
Female athletes need to know that their coaches, managers and associations will stand up to politically correct tyranny.
Trans activists hate these two powerful women
A tale of two young women—one Canadian, one American. Both are as smart as the proverbial whips and, more important, heroically resistant to extraordinary pressure by trans activists to disappear them from public life.
Trump, Northam, infanticide, blackface, and the fury of Democratic women
The media went nuts over the racist yearbook photo. Northam’s abortion comments didn’t bother them at all.
“Toxic masculinity” in advertising: keeping women scared and men shamed
Frightening women out of their wits for no good reason and arousing shame in male viewers as both films are designed to do, serves no purpose other than to demonize men collectively, arouse resentment in the majority of men, who are decent and non-violent, and erect walls of distrust between the sexes.