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The cost of two denials

There are two denials working in tandem at least since Sept. 11, 2001, that undermine liberal-democracies and their efforts to eliminate the scourge of...

Iran’s Shiites seek expansion, power

Even as Democrats in the U.S. Congress work overtime to manufacture a U.S. defeat in Iraq, and their domestic supporters and well-wishers outside of...

Speak easy

The dismissal by the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) of the complaint against Maclean’s magazine and columnist-author Mark Steyn was the right decision. The complaint,...

Iran reckless, UN feckless

Iran’s insistence on proceeding with uranium enrichment threatens to expose once again the fecklessness of the United Nations when dealing with member states that...

Arab Spring now a Christian nightmare

In the 1990s, western democracies stepped forward to stop ethnic cleansing in former Yugoslavia by dispatching NATO forces in support of UN peacekeeping operations...

West refuses to read old warning signs

In an interview ahead of the 2012 London Olympics, Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, speaking with Charles Moore of the Telegraph, discussed...

Islamist jihad against West rages

As Americans stopped to mark the 11th anniversary of 9/11, and ponder how much the world has changed during these years, an ocean away...

Protect free speech, even if offensive

How does a liberal society deal with a case such as that of Salman Hossain, who posted vile, incendiary messages in public against Jews...

Palestinians: Hurting their cause with self-destructive politics

Soon after President George W. Bush arrived in Israel last Wednesday to join the country’s 60th anniversary celebrations, an Iranian-made Katyusha rocket fired by...

Iraq election could change history

The recent “tiff,” as George Jonas over at the National Post described the brouhaha between the United States and Israel, pushed aside the emphatically...

‘Democratic deficit’ cripples our government

For some years now, observers of Canadian politics have noted the centralization of power in the Prime Minister’s Office. This occurred at the...

Murder and mayhem in Mumbai

The world yet again witnessed another planned and coordinated terror assault by suicidal warriors of the Islamist jihad against a democracy. The murder and...

Perils of proliferation

The Islamic Republic of Iran is now at odds with the UN, having refused to comply with Security Council Resolution 1696, requiring it to...

Why Muslim women don’t want Sharia

I have a meeting with Fatima Houda-Pepin in the provincial riding of La Piniere, which she represents as a Liberal member in the...

UN has a Heart of Darkness

In Joseph Conrad’s small yet dense novel set at the turn of the last century, Heart of Darkness, the up-river journey of Marlow, the...