Two Canadians in uniform have been murdered by Muslim converts since Monday. Up here, reaction ranges from raging fury to smug satisfaction.
May 25 was "Everybody Blog about Brett Kimberlin" Day. But what was accomplished?
Their parasitical behavior obliges governments, through taxpayers, to subsidize their adopted country’s own destruction.
A warning to those who believe that electing a “conservative” government automatically will inspire tougher measures to fight radical Islam.
A large influx of Muslim immigrants from Pakistan, Somalia, and elsewhere is putting “tolerant” Toronto to the test.
As Canada and Australia seek broad surveillance powers over the web, an Obama advisor wants to eliminate "destructive falsehoods" online.
How will Obama respond?
Free speech hero Ezra Levant's new book illuminates a grave threat to Western liberties.
A new book by Jamie Glazov explains why leftists went from coddling communists to idolizing Islamists.
Having won a new term, Prime Minister Stephen Harper now needs to win the domestic fight against Islamism.
He's been found not guilty of "flagrant Islamophobia" — yet is it a victory when a shadowy court permits you to write?
Trapped in an Orwellian nightmare, Canadian author Howard Rotberg struggles to clear his name.
One legal battle for the publisher who reprinted cartoons of Mohammed is over. Seventeen others remain.
The Canadian Human Rights Commission hits a new low by investigating a stand-up comic who heckled hecklers.
At a surreal tribunal last week, ancient liberties came under assault from the Canadian thought police.
Warming up for his appearance before a human rights tribunal next month, Mark Steyn recently confronted his phony "accusers" on live TV. He got the better of them, but they will have the upper hand in court.
The Left's tendency to repeat its mistakes over and over actually illustrates the conservative view of life: that human nature is fallen, universal, and cannot be permanently improved.