Our new book Canada’s COVID: The Story of a Pandemic Moral Panic is now on sale in electronic form at […]
Excerpt from Chapter 7, “The Democratic Politics of Fear,” in the newly expanded book: Canada’s COVID: The Story of a […]
The Great COVID Gaslighting is underway. I will leave it to historians to determine when and who precisely launched it, […]
Following a question at her first press conference as premier, Danielle Smith expressed sympathies for unvaccinated Canadians who were persecuted […]
In a crisis, compromise can become vice because it can quickly turn into indecision when people expect resolve. Crisis demands decisiveness, not zigzagging or reversals.
The jab, Trudeau unimaginatively still claims, “is the only way out.” But in today’s fast-evolving viral environment, that’s yesterday’s thinking.
In accusing Pawlowski of being on the wrong side of something, Justice Adam Germain tacitly claimed knowledge of the right side. Do science and history have categorical right sides?
Seven months since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, against evidence and common sense, media, elected officials and health experts continue […]