The Latest From David Menzies
April 16, 2017
Debate over the anti-blasphemy motion, M-103, has come and gone, but the fallout remains.
April 16, 2017
Whatever happened to the Easter Bunny? I remember back in the day when a chocolate Easter Bunny was a cherished gift but have you seen the sort of chocolate treats that have appeared on supermarket shelves in recent years?
April 14, 2017
Parents in Peel Region west of Toronto are fuming over the Peel District School Board’s decision to accommodate Muslim prayer in public schools, even if that means temporarily converting classrooms into mini-mosques.
April 13, 2017
Last month, journalist Kevin Johnson was kicked off Peel District School Board property to prevent him from disrupting a meeting where they were discussing the accommodation of Muslim religious practices in public schools.
April 11, 2017
Recently, U.S.-based ISIS conspirator Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem was sentenced to 30 years in prison for his part in plotting a terrorist attack in 2015 at the venue staging a Draw Mohammed contest in Garland, Texas.
April 10, 2017
For conservatives in Ontario, yet more disturbing news is emerging that Patrick Brown, the leader of the Progressive Conservative party, might be conservative in name only.
April 09, 2017
A shocking story of a 14-year-old Berlin boy enduring beatings from Muslim classmates when it became known he was Jewish, emerged one day after German Chancellor Angela Merkel dismissed calls to introduce a law regulating Muslim religious practices.
April 08, 2017
There’s no better sign that spring has sprung than the return of baseball, yet, I’m conflicted about heading out to the ballpark this season since apparently baseball is a symbol of white privilege.
April 07, 2017
We all know that the virus that is political correctness continues to fester on campus. But here’s something new: Students at England’s Hull University have been told to use “gender-neutral pronouns” – or their marks will be reduced.
April 06, 2017
Concerned Parents of Peel were on the march again to bring awareness to their concerns about the accommodation of religious practices in public schools, especially when it is only for one segment of the community.