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M103: how can MPs vote on a so-called Islamophobia motion without defining it?

Mr. Lorne Gunther of the Edmonton Sun offers us possible definitions of Islamophobia: “Does that (Islamophobia) mean an irrational fear of all Muslims based on a very real fear of several thousand radicals who truly do want to harm Western … Continue reading

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The thought police are busy.

The following words Mr. Kurt Vonnegut give us a good defense against the thought police who have been busy of late with “climate change,” “terrorism” and “gay rights”: “And on the subject of burning books:  I want to congratulate librarians, … Continue reading

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