University of Calgary professor Rebecca Sullivan, whose work focuses on feminist media and cultural studies, looks like someone right out of central casting.
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Krzysztof Bosak was formerly the youngest elected member of the Polish parliament, the Sejm. We met in Warsaw to talk about young people, immigration, and more – but before we sat down, he wanted to show me some history.
On Friday’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, ClimateDepot.com founder, Marc Morano, joined me to discuss President Donald Trump’s skepticism towards the UN’s latest report on global warming.
Here in a polite part of town, the Green Party are handing out children’s windmills and organic apples.
I have made my way to Donauwörth in Bavaria, an hour outside of Munich.
Vancouver radio station NEWS 1130 reported that the Church & State Wines is pulling its “Boys Will Be Boys” wine from the shelves because the moniker promotes “rape culture.”
Michael Stürzenberger is an activist, journalist, and a very brave man.
I introduced myself to these representatives of the Christian Social Union at their information stand to ask them whether they were disappointed with their predicted polling results which are showing historic lows.
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I’ve been saying it for a while; the cabinet doesn’t like Mrs. May’s Brexit plans, the EU doesn’t like them, Labour doesn’t like them, and the voters don’t like them.
Oh, the good old DUP. They’ve saved Brexit before, and they might well be doing it again.
At the Conservative Party Conference last week, Theresa May walked on stage doing the dance moves that made her famous during her trip to Africa.
Reuters reports that a source close to the Brexit talks have said that new plans are coming from Britain, which take a “step in the right direction” and “make finding a compromise possible.”
I just watched Theresa May’s speech at the Tory conference. She ended days of chaos with a speech designed to unite the party, and I found myself almost respecting her.