This week's question: Should uniformed law enforcement be welcome to march in gay pride parades?
Furor over police participation in Pride parades are another example of how far-left radicals seek to unearth old injustices and conjure new oppression in an era of unprecedented tolerance and diversity.
Old injustices are exactly what Garth outlines this week. Yet, events from 50 years ago provide no justification to ban uniformed law enforcement from marching in Pride parades today.
The battle for...Read More
This week's question: Is the left-wing complicit in the shooting of members of the U.S. Congress?
Left-wing political violence poses a clear and present danger to the stability of capitalist democracies. For the Left, the entire point is to incite revolution and overthrow the status quo.
James T. Hodgkinson is the 66-year-old Bernie Sanders supporter who opened fire with a high power rifle on dozens of people at a baseball practice in Alexandria, Va. The attack was...Read More
This week's question: Should U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May feel sorry for calling a snap election?
In war and politics, the greatest threat always comes from within. Treachery, treason and insurgency are the customary tactics of the ignoble. But victory’s most pernicious threat comes from deliberate action instigated by a leader — an unforced error.
In his column, Garth draws an incorrect parallel between B.C. Premier Christy Clark and British Prime Minister Theresa May. Unlike the recent...Read More
This week's question: Should protecting transgender rights be included in the Canadian Human Rights Act?
Hate has lost all meaning. All one need do is disagree with any issue of importance to the Left to find him or herself branded as someone that hates. Oops, I just used him and her pronouns.
Pardon me. My pronouns are he, him, his and himself. I should ask which of the following soul-crushing, gender neutral pronouns do you identify with:...Read More