According to Kurt Schlichter (ew), conservatives who aren’t leaving their comfort zones to participate in the Front Lines of the Culture Wars are doing the world a disservice. It’s HBO’s acclaimed and controversial series Girls that has Schlichter clutching his pearls so desperately.
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Writers at CNN may have overlooked a story or two before moving on to the SAG Awards.
Every so often, something happens in the world that makes all of us pause and take stock of our lives: the Moon landing, 9/11, that time someone found Stephen Harper’s son on Twitter.
A good deal has been written already about “Developer Bob,” the IT guy who outsourced his own job to China while he watched cat videos back in the U.S. But few have written anything outrightly racist about it — until now.
People of the Canadian punditocracy, let’s have a chat. Please come in, take off your coats, and have some coffee. What I have to say is going to hurt, but it’s in everyone’s best interest. I promise.
Globe and Mail columnist Margaret Wente has a certain schtick when it comes to her writing. When there’s nothing in the news that grabs her eye, one of Wente’s friends inevitably steps in and provides the inspiration.
Anne Hathaway, who lost 25 pounds off her already-thin body for a role, is getting lots of love for looking near death. Maybe this isn’t something we should encourage?
Here are a few ways to get around the Globe and Mail’s metred paywall once you reach your 10-article limit.
Its been a great few weeks for news — that is if you completely hate the idea of people covering interesting events and helping you understand what is going on in the world.
Think back with me, if you will, to late May 2012: that terrifying time when the world was crudely awakened from its childlike innocence to the shocking, bizarre violence that drugs can cause. I am referring, of course, to the “Miami cannibal.”
With the Globe and Mail as well as the National Post and other Postmedia newspapers building paywalls around their content, it’s worth remembering that some media brands are taking the opposite approach.
Stop the presses! NDP leader Thomas Mulcair has taken 11 different mortgages out on his home since 1983. This demands an immediate investigation.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is on a six-month mission to lose 50 pounds by June 19. The mayor and his brother Doug Ford, both big guys, started the “Cut the Waist” challenge in an effort to get healthier. The entire city needs him to keep losing weight.
KTUL Reporter Burt Mummolo was given a boring old story about a blind dog — and he turned it into pure TV gold.