Warning: This will be an uncomfortable read. It is necessary to dispel the whitewashing of sodomy so common today. INTRODUCTION Canada is in a bad place. Almost two years of lockdowns are behind us. People are losing their jobs for refusing vaccinations. Truckers are prohibited from crossing the border, threatening to obstruct supply chains. Small
Today is momentous because today marijuana is now legal in all ten provinces and three territories. The Great White North is covered in a green haze, and that green haze smells sweet and skunky. Marijuana’s decriminalization, in this case, has at least two immediate consequences. First, legalizing it inescapably destigmatizes it. The second consequence is
Since the days of Pierre Trudeau, Dominion Day has been Canada Day, and Canada has become increasingly and intentionally multicultural. I somehow link the change from Dominion Day to Canada Day with the move towards multiculturalism, a concept of which I am not particularly fond. Just saying that is enough to provoke the ire of not a few well intentioned Christians, not to mention the scorn of the Laurentian consensus. And because of that, I offer what I consider to be some major problems with Canada’s multicultural vision, a vision for which our nation must repent.
King Alfred the Great is the only English king ever to have had the name, “Great.” He lived and reigned during the second half of the 9th c., and he rose to greatness in what is likely the darkest hour of English history. His royal family had fallen to a palace coup, the British Isles were under constant Viking siege, and his own people turned on him early in his reign. Amidst the hardship, King Alfred rose to become an English king whose vision for his island nation still bears fruit among the world’s most prosperous and free nations even today. Below, I offer some reasons why he’s considered “Great.”