Insulting fanatics: They’re the people who make up the legalization campaign

Last week on my television show, we interviewed Jodie Emery, a woman known only because her husband Marc is in prison in the United...

Fashion over debate: Sonny days ahead if Justin Trudeau gets Liberal leadership nod

The world didn’t end recently, and it’s unlikely to come to a conclusion in 2013 either. Rumours of its demise tend to be greatly exaggerated,...

Pampered prince

Michael Bryant has a new book out. Yes, the former attorney general of Ontario, a man tipped to be the eventual leader of the...

Ideological narcissism: Chief’s hunger strike tough to swallow

While I have some sympathy for Irish republicanism, I loathe the IRA and their cult of violence. But it has to be said that...

Defender to defendant

Fix laws that see decent folk face charges for protecting themselves My mum

Grief or glamour?

The funeral of police Sgt. Ryan Russell was held in Toronto this week, attended by 12,500 police officers and other first responders, and thousands...

Khadr video flops

No sympathy gained for young combatant I have to be blunt. I’m disappointed. Perhaps the sequel will be superior and I suppose we have to...

Blacklisted by the CBC

By Michael Coren Last Thursday evening, I received the following e-mail from a CBC researcher/ producer named Ghazala Malik: “I am mailing you from CBC...

Church is not the enemy

Critics must acknowledge that religious faith is an essential safeguard on state’s power Every few years or so, political and social liberalism presents the culture...

Sympathy well runs dry

Ontario teachers are giving us an education in groundless bellyaching  So there he was, the leader of one of Ontario’s largest high school teachers’ unions....

Not sorry enough: Cops’ apology to humiliated dad falls short

The name Jesse Sansone may not register with most readers, but how about the Crayon Dad? This was the 26-year-old man who earlier this year...

Michael Coren: Canada’s NDP unfriendly to Israel

It was only fitting that Israeli president and elder statesman, Shimon Peres, should visit Canada and thank this country for its support of the...

Church, state, hijabs

Lots to write about this week, so I have to be a little eclectic. In Quebec a girl was told she couldn’t play soccer while...

Police politicization: Law breakers ignored while law-abiding protesters treated like criminals

Within the propaganda and tawdry political theatre that is the Idle No More movement and the Chief Spence diet program, something rather magnificent occurred...

Society must defend traditional wedlock

By MICHAEL COREN   I receive death threats and abuse on a regular basis. My address and phone number have been placed on the Internet...