When Khrushchev spilled the beans

60 years this month Nikita Khrushchev blew the whistle on (the safely deceased) Josef Stalin’s crimes

TORONTO, Ont. Feb 3, 2016/ Troy Media/ - It’ll be 60 years this month since Nikita Khrushchev blew the whistle on (the safely deceased) Josef Stalin’s crimes. And while the revelations were no surprise to savvy observers, it was a punch in the gut for many true believers and fellow travellers, particularly in the West.…

Canada can save Chinese refugees from immediate danger

Freedom is a core value that will not be compromised

Canada can save Chinese refugees from immediate dangerDownload this column on Chinese refugees for your publication or website. EXCLUSIVE TO subscribers. Subscriptions are FREE                                                   Terms and Conditions of use CREMONA, Alta. Nov 10, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Prime Minister…

China’s credit rating system measures citizens’ behaviour

Your “credit” score declines if you criticize the government online

China’s credit rating system measures citizens’ behaviourDownload this column on China's credit rating system for your publication or website. FREE Terms and Conditions of use VANCOUVER, B.C. Nov 8, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Orwellian may be the most misused adjective in the language. Just about anything qualifies, from security cameras to law-and-order legislation to the bonus scheme for the Pan Am…

Robert Conquest, the man who was right

Apologists for the Soviet Union and Stalin in particular, according to Conquest, suffered a form of “mental aberration”

Robert Conquest, the man who was rightDownload this column on Robert Conquest for your publication or website. Price starts at $8 Terms and Conditions of use TORONTO, ON Sep 9, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Robert Conquest, who died on August 3 at the age of 98, was an interesting guy. He was also a man ahead of his time, someone who…

The world was safer in the Soviet era

Today, principled conversation is impossible, and that’s dangerous

The world was safer in the Soviet eraDownload this column for your publication or website VANCOUVER, BC May 29, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Recent threats on the world stage cause me to wonder whether perhaps we should be mourning the passing of the Soviet era. With the eruption of ISIS in the Middle East and the ongoing autocracies in Russia and China,…

Cure for Cuba’s illness lies in open markets

The absence of a free market at home and injured trade abroad has been costly for the Cuban people

Cure for Cuba’s illness lies in open marketsTHIS CONTENT IS FREE to use in your publication or on your website. Download now. CALGARY OUT Contact MarkCALGARY, AB, Jan 2, 2015/ Troy Media/ - The pre-Christmas announcement by U.S. President Barack Obama that the United States would re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba will reignite a number of debates. One will be about the…
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