"The continued but misplaced fear about case numbers does not justify fostering the growing litany of government-inflicted miseries."
Navarro-Genie writes that politicians are using inflated numbers to justify an increasingly authoritarian crackdown on people living their lives.
Navarro-Génie writes about the University of Calgary's self-flagellating virtue signalling.
Navarro-Génie writes that Trudeau's vain and childish antics have cost Canada much of its international reputation.
It is a welcomed byproduct that the protesters expose the whimsical nature, even if well-intended, of the COVID-19 regime and its overblown moral panic.
In the long-term, a variety of small-scale alternatives that uphold the dignity of residents as a high priority is the best way to atone for the...
In maintaining its independence of action based on established scientific evidence instead of fear-motivated models, Sweden has preserved and strengthened the crucial bond of trust between...
In real life, radical environmentalists similarly eclipse humanity behind the dreams of a soon-to-be-realised eco-nirvana.
Government without limitations is very rarely good government. The lack of limitations always opens greater avenues for abusing power.
The third element at the root of Alberta’s economic troubles, which recent reports have overlooked, reaches back in years.