Learning styles myth needs to be rejected once and for all

Learning styles myth needs to be rejected once and for allThe learning styles myth perpetuates a falsehood about how students learn Are you a visual learner, an auditory learner, or a tactile-kinaesthetic learner? If you think this is a valid question, then you, like many others, have fallen for one of the most pervasive education myths out there. It’s not hard to test this claim…

Jordan Peterson is fighting for all Canadians

Jordan Peterson is fighting for all CanadiansThe world-famous psychologist refuses to cave in to pressure to conform to College of Psychologists of Ontario diktat Most readers will be familiar with the recent travails of Jordan Peterson with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO). He has been ordered by the CPO to undergo, at his own expense, a lengthy course of…

New alcohol guidelines hard to swallow

New alcohol guidelines hard to swallowMany Canadians will view the new drinking recommendations with great skepticism Looks like we all need to drink less alcohol. Last fall, the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA), a national organization that provides information and advice on substance use and addiction, shared recommendations that we should all drink no more than one…

Canada is more socialist than Scandinavian countries

Canada is more socialist than Scandinavian countriesUnlike those in Canada, Nordic ‘progressive’ voters are neither anti-business nor anti-capitalist Proponents of evermore expensive government social programs often point to other nations, usually in Scandinavia, as places Canada should emulate. These advocates call those nations, erroneously, Socialist or Social Democratic. However, they are not. It is important to recognize the difference between a…

Fighting back against Big Brother’s brainwashing

Fighting back against Big Brother’s brainwashingTotalitarianism is on the move. We must fight back with everything we have before it is too late In the last part of George Orwell’s dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, the main character, Winston Smith, is arrested by the Thought Police and subjected to a long interrogation process by O’Brien, a member of the Inner Party.…

CBC news is no longer serving the needs of all Canadians

CBC news is no longer serving the needs of all CanadiansWe learn more from what is not reported than reported Conservative Party of Canada leader Pierre Poilievre recently reflected on a very important question, “Why are people so angry?” He stated that Canadians have a great deal to be angry about. The standard of living for many ordinary people is falling, and our government leaders…

The rise and demise of Andrew Tate

The rise and demise of Andrew TateUntil Greta Thunberg tweeted about the size of his weewee, nothing was effective at stopping him Andrew Tate rose to great prominence among young people in 2022. He was banned on several social media platforms but maintained a strong following, especially with boys and young men. In what many consider the best good news story…

Your 2023 guide to Newspeak

Your 2023 guide to NewspeakPolitical actors are appropriating language to advance their radical policies One of the best ways to explain 2022’s rapidly devolving world is to suggest that for men, life is sports. For women, however, life is culture. After a sustained reign where sports ruled the nations, culture has become paramount in the past generation – and…
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