On Rebel Roundup, we look back at some of the very best commentaries of the week by your favourite Rebels...
Like Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger, it appears that the monstrous anti-free speech creature known as Section 13 might be resurrected and put back into the Canadian Human Rights Act. But why is it that the Conservatives who killed this provision in 2013 seem to have no problem with its gruesome return? Ezra Levant shall explain all – while he’s still allowed to.
British Columbians are fed up with gas prices topping $1.70 a litre. But they aren’t merely whining about it. Rather, they’re going south to Washington state to fill-up the tank. While they’re financially benefiting, the local BC economy isn’t. But as Keean Bexte notes, this is a direct result of pipeline paralysis – and don’t expect that to change unless there is regime change.
And finally, I’ll share some of your responses regarding my interview with a Muslim attendee at Al Quds Day in Toronto last Saturday. I was amazed by his brazen honesty in that he wants Sharia law to replace Canadian law. But I was chilled to the bone that he was seemingly gleeful that one aspect of Sharia law would require executing gays in Canada.
Is that enough diversity for you?