Harp-Trud

Harper v. Trudeau: analysis on Ottawa’s terror attacks

On Oct. 22, what was believed to be an ISIS-inspired Islamic terrorist, opened fire on a soldier guarding Ottawa’s National War Memorial. The soldier, Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, was shot ...
Islam will dominate

Myth of radical Muslim “minority” busted

A recent TV clip from Real Time with Bill Maher has been the centre of controversy in the past two weeks, and buzz is all about whether radical Islam is a real threat. Host Maher began ...
Gregg Jackson

Insights & Influence with author Gregg Jackson

Gregg Jackson is a well known media pundit, former Boston-based radio host, and columnist, as well as the best selling author of Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies; and We Won’t ...
Toronto2014

Insights & Influence with author Allan Levine

Canada’s largest and most populous city now has a biography. In the last sixty years, Toronto has been transformed from a provincial town to significant urban heavyweight. One thing ...
Horton

Lancet editor apologizes for anti-Semitic article

Back in August, the Lancet – known to many as a prestigious medical journal – printed an anti-Israel screed called “Open Letter for the People of Gaza.” It was penned by authors ...
Bart Simpson sorry

Even Gentiles can benefit from Yom Kippur

The Jewish high holyday of Yom Kippur – The Day of Atonement – has come and gone, and for Jews around the world, that meant daylong synagogue services, a whole day fast ...
budget

Wynne Liberals use fuzzy math to hide fiscal truth

Big headline today in the Toronto Star: “Ontario Liberals trim deficit by $800 million down despite revenue drop.” Incredible if it were only true. If you read the next line, there ...
Peres

Former Israeli president Shimon Peres goes job hunting

Now that he’s no longer Israel’s president, Shimon Peres is on the job hunt. The trick, now at age 90, is to determine what his skill set is, to pursue the next big career ...
scotland

Scottish Independence did not have the elements to win

If you want to separate, you better have a real and justifiable grievance, something that truly galvanizes the public in favour of independence. Scotland never seemed to have such a ...
bench

How I met a possible terrorist informant on a park bench

It was the strangest, scariest interaction of my twenty year journalism career. A call came in to my cell phone. The display said “Unknown name unknown number.” Shahbaz, as he called ...
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