The National Post has been giving a lot of space to the niqab debate lately, with three Full Comment articles and an editorial on the subject published since Saturday.
Oh, here’s shocking news. People with more money are better able to afford fancy food than people with less. Who knew? And whatever shall we do?
If you’re wondering who apparently just hit their head in a bank or supermarket and…
Say the words “Gardiner Expressway” and watch Torontonians scramble to their various barricades: fix it, tear some of it down, tear all of it down, tunnel it, toll it…
In my latest National Post column I say compassionate, intelligent, constructive discussion of Confederate monuments must begin with forthright recognition that they celebrate racial slavery and bigotry.
In my latest National Post column I wish news stories would more often refer to government spending being cut, especially by contrast with the lurid and generally inaccurate “slashed”.
If you live on Perth Avenue (off of Dundas between two sets of railroad tracks) and somebody asks you what area of the city you live in, expect them to look confused if you say, “West…
In my latest National Post column I ponder the mystery of Donald Trump’s enduring appeal to people who should know better… and those who drive them to it.
Originally published at thejohnrobson.com.
In my latest National Post column I ponder the sad naivete of Christy Brinkley finding it hard to meet a nice guy at age 63.
In my latest National Post column I ask whether the purpose of “uniting the right” in Alberta was to implement conservative policies or to bury them.