Selwyn Duke

While Western nations will generally preach “separation of church and state,” are they now combining mosque and state? Certain critics say yes, citing as a case in point Canada’s fining of a man $12,000 — for failing to remove his shoes upon entering an apartment he rented to a Muslim couple.

The past year’s rioting, assault, arson, and vandalism should surprise no one, for violence is the closest thing leftists have to an unchanging, ever-perpetuated tradition.

Friday, 14 July 2017 15:05

Cussing & Cultural Decay

While cuss words are in a sense “just words,” the message they send signals anger, violence, hate, incivility, and close-mindedness. Cancel cuss words or see criminality.

Is global-warming vanguardist Michael Mann in contempt of court or isn’t he? Climate realist John O’Sullivan says yes, stating that Mann faces legal defeat, financial consequences, and possible criminal investigation in the United States. As for Mann, his attorney denies the allegations, calling them “spurious.”

A four-year-old knows the difference between boys and girls, but some parents today apparently don’t. An example is Kori Doty, who refuses to reveal the sex of his baby and has successfully lobbied the Canadian government to issue a “health card” with the sex listed as “U,” presumably meaning “unknown.”

Could you imagine lightweight boxers complaining they don’t get the money and exposure of the heavyweights, calling the different treatment “staturism”? Yet this is essentially the situation at the Wimbledon tennis championships this week.

While CNN president Jeff Zucker says that viewers trust his network “more than ever,” now there’s even less reason to do so. For CNN has now has done it again, presenting a fake National Enquirer cover as real.

A temporary travel ban on people from six terrorist-spawning nations took effect Thursday evening — with a few asterisks.

“Far-right” terrorism is a vastly bigger threat than the jihadist variety, claims a recent study. Yet under its methodology, founders George Washington and Thomas Jefferson could be considered “terrorists.”

The Democrats went down to Georgia, looking for a seat to steal. They ran into Republican Karen Handel, who defeated Democrat hopeful Jon Ossoff in yesterday’s special election in the Peach State. 

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