How to stage a study: The transgender lobby in British academia
An enormous amount of money has been thrown at academics who are using public funds for political activism within a dishonestly formulated project.
International Disability Day: Surviving the earthquake in Haiti
For International Disability Day I would like to share part of my story of being someone with Cerebral Palsy and being in Haiti when the devastating 2010 earthquake hit.
Consent culture is turning romance into a bureaucracy
Speak with an open and loving heart. Don’t let romance be carried off by paperwork and rules of wokeness.
#TROLLINGTHEGUARDIAN: The Guardian is censoring satirists
A popular parody account has been suspended from Twitter following outrage by one of the largest media outlets in the world, The Guardian.
Andy Ngo responds: Twitter punishes you for telling the truth
I’m now back on Twitter, but only because I was forced to accept that on this platform, a journalist will be punished for telling the truth.
Liberal MP gets Twitter lashed for wishing people ‘great month of December!’ instead of ‘Merry Christmas!’
Liberal MP Bob Bratina tweeted out a holiday-neutral December greeting to his constituents. It didn’t go over well with everyday Canadians.
Amazon slow to stop vendors from selling Holocaust Christmas tree ornaments
The Auschwitz Memorial and Museum pointed out to Amazon that the online retailer had vendors selling Holocaust Christmas tree ornaments.
WAR ON CHRISTMAS: Bus driver forbidden from wearing Christmas sweaters
Bus drivers at a company in the UK have been ordered to not wear Christmas sweaters to work.
WATCH: B.C. student with Down syndrome becomes basketball legend
A student with Down syndrome scored a dramatic buzzer-beating three-point shot this past week inspiring his school, province and country.