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Shoving abortion down doctors’ throats

Time was, even as abortion became widely available, one’s beliefs around the morality of the practice were one’s own business. Today, unconditional support for unfettered...

The end of the gender wars

Something odd occurred in the two days following the 20th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre earlier this month. Commentaries by both Margaret Wente of...

Turning Legal Gun Owners Into SOCIAL LEPERS

Citing concern over the “sinister uses” of guns, University of Toronto officials are closing down their 88-year-old shooting range. No word yet on the...

Higher education’s best-kept secret

When you can fill a small bookstore with eulogies of the liberal arts in our universities, you know you have an institution in trouble. The...

A land with no leaders

A federal election is imminent or in prospect. With two parties—the Bloc Quebecois and the NDP—mired in a state of permanent opposition, we...

Legalized euthanasia empowers no one

Have you noticed that the subject of euthanasia/ assisted suicide is picking up momentum—that it is, so to speak, taking on a life of...

The rise of Quebecistan

EDITOR’S NOTE:  Barbara Kay has also written a followup to this editorial. MONTREAL - In his Montreal Gazette column yesterday, Don MacPherson projected...

Hey, Mr. Prime Minister …

MONTREAL - Keen to witness his first triumphant return to Montreal as PM, I made an early reservation at the media table for Stephen...

Two choices, both bad

It isn’t news that the Bloc Quebecois will sweep Quebec January 23, it’s a question of how decisively. Polls suggest they could win 64...

Disenfranchised dads

A simple way to confirm that a particular ideology has captured mainstream culture is to monitor the political vigour or sluggishness around the causes...

Another victim of PC orthodoxy

After certain publicized remarks he made about women colleagues at a Toronto trade event a few weeks ago, legendary adman Neil French was forced...

What would Ariel have done?

I am interviewing Freddy Eytan, polyglot Israeli journalist, diplomat, professor, former IDF spokesman and, presently, European Affairs director of the Jerusalem Centre of Public...

Intervention can vanquish dependence

When I determined to become a nicotine addict at age 14, it was more work than pleasure, involving months of nausea, dizziness and disgust....

‘I just had to get on with it’

As his 60th wedding anniversary approaches, Prince Philip is the very model of dutifulness While the sun set on the British empire years ago, a...

Don’t you know there’s a war on?

Remember Second World War English films and this inevitable exchange? Interlocutor A: “Let’s take a holiday/boil a second egg for breakfast/fall in love.” Interlocutor B:...