American school bans Harry Potter out of fear of “curses and spells”
The school decided to remove Harry Potter books from the library, citing the presence of “actual curses and spells, which when read by a human being risk conjuring evil spirits.”
For a Canadian, American exceptionalism will always exist
As many believe America is in crisis, such a question will indeed be asked amid celebrations and be the subject of many reflections. Are there still reasons to be patriotic? Was America ever great to begin with?
Jordan Peterson starts new content-sharing, free speech platform “Thinkspot”
Jordan Peterson has announced his free-speech platform, Thinkspot.
Joshua Boyle Trial: Defence team to present wife’s sexual history as evidence
The charges round out to 19 in total, and include assault with a deadly weapon, sexual assault, and forcible confinement.
The ISIS Fighter Problem: What should the policy be?
Given their choice to pledge allegiance to a barbarous Islamist instead of their country, I’ve believed we should revoke their citizenships.
The digital charter and the death of free speech in Canada
Whenever a government claims to be the protector against “disinformation,” it quite obviously means the information they may not like.
We must be consistent when it comes to anti-semitism
Attempting to make Zionism synonymous with racism has long been a tactic by which Islamists and their useful idiots can delegitimize Israel.