Tag: Ezra Levant

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The irrepressible gadfly and journalist Ezra Levant traveled to Europe to investigate the migrant crisis. This video shows him interviewing a Yazidi couple that fled ISIS rapists and murderers who cut up men with power saws and eat the eyes they have plucked from babies’ heads, only to arrive in Europe and find that Islamic threats […]

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In a week in which the most compelling response to the terrorist attacks in Paris seems to be this deluded sad man, it is difficult to feel confidence in our civilization’s ability to respond to the existential threat. While not being a warmonger myself, I can’t help but feel that a more robust condemnation of […]

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Senator Tammy BaldwinReimagining the First Amendment:

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) says the 1st Amendment’s religious liberty protections don’t apply to individuals.

On MSNBC last week, Wisconsin’s junior Senator claimed that the Constitution’s protection of the free exercise of religion extends only to religious institutions, and that individual’s do not have a right to the free exercise of their own religion.

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Something remarkable is happening in Canada right now. Something that will change the future of news media.

On Feb. 13, Sun News Network went dark, as did the jobs of about 200 employees, including very talented people like Ezra Levant, Brian Lilley, and Faith Goldy. Sun News was often called Canada’s Fox News, featuring reporting and analysis from a conservative point-of-view, and serving as a balance to very liberal Canadian news outlets.

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Illness wakes me most mornings around 3 or 3:30. I tend to read, catch up on business or school work,  or to use my tablet to surf the Web. Here at Toad Hall, we have no television service, so I occasionally watch news clips online. Recently I discovered the Youtube channel of AlohaSnackbar, who posts […]

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