Historic Canada 150 Marred by Indigenous Protests

This July 1 marks a highly anticipated bash for Canada honoring the 150th anniversary of Confederation, but as organizers ramp up for celebrations across the nation, indigenous activists are rallying.

Trump Muslim Ban Reinstated, But Still Ineffective

Trump may have a temporary legal win, but his policy on Muslim immigrants and refugees is as defective as ever.

Freedom Is Pricey: YouTube Chooses Revenue Over Human Rights

Free speech is something worth fighting for. It’s the cornerstone of a free...

Canadian Senate Passes C-16 Bill, Heads Down Slippery Slope

The passage of Bill C-16 on Friday is being hailed as a groundbreaking,...

Indonesia Edges Closer To Fundamental Islam

If asked to name the nation with the largest Muslim population in the world,...

Bitcoin Bounce: An Uncertain Cryptocurrency Future?

Bitcoin has been embraced by some as a truly deregulated currency, but there is a case to be made that it's still backed by the very real costs of energy. 

The Ideology Clash of Trump And Trudeau Has Begun

We could be seeing the initial fraying in what could become an openly antagonistic relationship between Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump.

Behind Enemy Lines: 20,000 Jihadists Reside in the U.K.


Anybody who has radical sympathies does not belong in the West, just as those who present a real and present danger do not belong in the West.

ISIS Attack On Iran Complicates U.S. Position In Middle East

Trump's mission to destroy ISIS has become further complicated this week as Shiite Iran now has a greater incentive to stay militarily involved in Syria.