Victory In the No-Go Zone
by Gary McHale
Our values of Freedom, Equality and the Rule of Law are quickly sacrificed on the altar of political correctness whenever the special interests of favoured groups are at stake...
by Larry O'Brien
Hard on the heels of the worst economic debacle in a century, economists are predicting yet another crisis. What can you do?
by Brian Lilley
CBC Exposed is a book like no other. It takes on the holy grail of the Canadian media landscape and lays bare the truth about CBC. Reckless reporting at the state...
by Barbara Kay
Acknowledgements: A Cultural Memoir and other Essays, is a collection of unpublished writing by the National Post columnist Barbara Kay.
by Farzana Hassan
“Farzana is one of the most original (and bravest) women writing about religion today.” Danielle Crittendon, blog editor Huffington Post Canada.
11 - 14 - 2013
Last week, Justin Trudeau revealed an important point about his character. When asked what government outside of Canada he most admired, he didn't answer the way people may have expected. He didn't praise President Obama or some leftist European country. His answer was, "You know, there's a level of admiration I actually have for China because their basic dictatorship is allowing them to actually turn their economy around on a dime and say 'we need to go green fastest . . . we need to start investing in solar."