New York Times botches new hit job on Brett Kavanaugh
Reporting on allegations does not substantiate those allegations. The New York Times should already know this. Shame on them.
It’s time to stop cancelling politicians for old tweets
Last week, Dock Currie, an NDP candidate in rural British Columbia, was pressured into resigning his candidacy in the upcoming federal election. His career was ruined through wrath: or, more specifically, telling a journalist who covers energy that he would “like to break his jaw” on social media.
BREAKING: Twitter suspends social justice hero Titania McGrath
In a shocking move today, Twitter has suspended the most prominent social justice activist on its platform, Titania McGrath.
Young British man makes history by writing the worst song of all time
Sam Fender wrote a song called “White Privilege.” It’s instantly apparent that it’s the absolute worst song ever written in the history of music.
British school dress code controversy reveals the madness of gender ideology
People are waking up to the sheer stupidity that PC changes like “gender-neutral” uniforms are. The moral of this story: stand up and be heard. Do not let these kinds of changes stand.
Maclean’s burns itself with bizarre article about “mediocre white men”
I never thought of Maclean’s as a satirical magazine, but perhaps they are testing the waters on a rebranding. If so, good job, Scott Gilmore!
New York Times slammed for “airplanes took aim” tweet regarding 9/11 terrorist attacks
The New York Times has come under serious fire for a tweet downplaying the actions of terrorists that took place eighteen years ago on this day.