If Ford won’t agree to testify, hold the vote tomorrow as planned.

When someone is accused of criminal conduct, the burden is not supposed to be on the accused to convince us that it didn’t happen.

It is indeed an upside down world, where anything goes, where groupthink reigns, where tradition and morality (conventionally conceived) are in universal retreat, and where institutions, even those created by God, behave very, very badly.

Western societies no longer exhibit true virtue, having traded the genuine article for the posturing which draws applause on Twitter.

A broader narrative of defending the public interest (“the people”) from the combined assault of a thousand interest groups — of limited, rules-based government as the only kind that truly serves the many, rather than the few — may have legs.

There is room in Canadian politics for Maxime Bernier’s worthy experiment.

With its reliance on false assumptions, phony statistics, affective resentment, and glib verbosity, feminism is the most potent carcinogen attacking both the body social and the health of the education system. It is toxic. It is talk-sick. It needs to go.

The damage that radical feminism has done to our education system is incalculable.

At the end of the day, the proponents of globalism must answer the questions posed in P!nk’s closing lyrics.

Pink: “What about us? What about all the times you said you had the answers? What about us? What about all the broken happy ever afters?”