PARIS — The Australian regime should think twice before persisting in their persecution of tennis player Novak Djokovic. They just might make him a martyr against sanitary tyranny — if they haven’t already.
History shows that every revolution was ultimately preceded by a series of smaller events. Whether or not the world’s number one ...Read more
PARIS — Is anyone else concerned about the hurriedness with which western officials have insisted on implementing and widening vaccine mandates, pushing booster jabs, and enshrining digital identities attached to QR codes into law?
What’s the big rush when it’s now obvious that the now-dominant Omicron variant, while highly transmissible,...Read more
PARIS — The year 2021 is ending exactly the same way it began: with everyone breathing a sigh of relief that it’s over and hoping that 2022 will be much different. I hate to be the bearer of bad news but relying on the status quo to lift everyone out of the status quo isn’t exactly a winning strategy.
As we all rang in the last new year ...Read more
PARIS — Holiday gatherings should be a time of convivialité and not of browbeating fellow attendees between hors d’œuvres. But this year is admittedly different. If only because the mere notion of hosting or attending a holiday gathering can be considered a political act.
“Majority of Canadians unwilling to let ...Read more
PARIS — How precious is it that President Joe Biden still seems to genuinely believe that the United States is the ultimate guardian and arbiter of democracy worldwide? It’s not like the U.S. itself isn’t struggling with the concept – and Biden really isn’t making things better.
American voters have long realized that those who are ...Read more
PARIS — “What the heck is going on over there?” This has been the sentiment expressed by friends and associates outside of France as they come across news of the 63-year-old longtime French right-wing editorialist who’s now running second in many polls to incumbent French President Emmanuel Macron ahead of next April’s presidential ...Read more
PARIS — Exactly how “scientific” is the COVID-19 information that we’ve been spoon-fed as justification for restrictions of basic freedoms and seemingly never-ending mandates for jabs? Can we take the official narrative at face-value and really trust that they’re “following the science”, whenever authorities tighten the screws yet ...Read more
PARIS — If COVID-19 mass distribution becomes the new rage here in France among the double-jabbed, French Prime Minister Jean Castex just might be in the running for poster boy.
Last weekend, some of us watched the big rugby match between France and the New Zealand All-Blacks, which aired live on TV from the Stade de France in Paris. It was ...Read more
PARIS — Facebook Company has failed in its apparent attempt to disappear into the witness protection program for creepy technology by re-branding as “Meta”. Along with this new facelift for the holding company of Facebook and all of the corporation’s other tech holdings — notably WhatsApp, Instagram, and Oculus VR — founder Mark ...Read more
PARIS — Here in the capital city of France, so many people here have a tough time believing that the version of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination set in stone by the Warren Commission — the one concluding that assassin Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone when he fired a bullet with a debatable trajectory into a sitting American president...Read more
PARIS — Former President Barack Obama slammed the notion of ideological divisions last week while politics/fromtheright/rachelmarsden/s-2585779">Read more
PARIS — One could say that there was a “pre” and “post” Gen. Colin Powell for the American right. It’s this ideological evolution of many on the right that should ultimately be remembered as the four-star general’s enduring legacy, sparked in that historical moment in 2003 for which Powell repeatedly spent the last several years ...Read more