Some people want others to refer to them using non-gendered or atypically gendered pronouns. Some hold that neither “he” nor “she” accurately applies to them. Others prefer that our common […]
The federal system is one of the combinations most favourable to the prosperity and the liberty of man. -Alexis de Tocqueville The Montreal Press Club was holding its […]
A millionaire “playboy” in 2005 made absolutely revolting remarks about women. He then had the misfortune to come up against the Clintons. His remarks have now come back to […]
The past is not dead; it’s not even over. -William Faulkner Voltaire once joked that historians are more powerful than God, “as even God can not change the past.” But […]
Hillary Clinton could barely wipe the well-rehearsed rictus smile off her face Monday night during her first public showdown with Donald Trump. The woman with more skeletons in her […]
When considering students and debt, most tend to think about student loans. However, members of one student organization tend to think more of the big picture; they see students […]
Analysts, academics, and so-called experts continually point out two things when trying to explain the waves of terrorism France has faced in recent years. First, France’s 135 year reign over […]
Turkey was plunged into chaos on July 15 after a faction within the Turkish armed forces calling itself the “Peace at Home Council” launched a coup.
But it fizzled out, as people swarmed onto the streets in a show of support for the elected government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
In the summer of 2015, after weeks of frantic negotiations, European Union (EU) member states agreed to a last minute bailout for the Greek government and narrowly averted a sovereign default.
It took 400 years, but The Bard might well have thrilled to the 2008 election of Barack Obama as president of the United States. To see blackness counted fair in the land that indulged slavery and its offshoots for so many centuries was drama in the vein of Othello.
The recent British referendum on independence was very much a division of socioeconomic status, age, and race. For an insight into the demographic to whom the government’s forthcoming negotiations will need to appeal, the following numbers may help paint a picture.
With the Summer Olympics hoving into view, it’s time to ask whether the IOC is missing a big opportunity by not including Grievance as a new medal sport.
While Israel’s relationship with the United States has come under strain, especially over the past year, its ties with Russia keep improving.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent visit to Russia in June was his third since last September.
The Newfoundland Liberals could write the manual on how to be unpopular. After a series of fiscal offenses, they have now moved to ban hookah lounges — ubiquitous across the Middle East — effective next year.