Written by: Michael Kravshik. The fight against discrimination is certainly a noble cause. Ensuring that people of all genders, colors, religions, sexual orientations, etc. have equal rights and opportunities is something that is integral for the betterment of society. Defeating discrimination can only really be seen as successful if it occurs in the hearts and … Continue reading
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The Democratic People’s Republic of… Canada?
Written by: Michael Kravshik How many of you out there live in a first world democratic country, yet keep hearing about how you actually live in a “Police State,” “Military State,” or my personal favorite, “Fascist State”? Living in Toronto, I hear about it all the time, especially loudly from the slew of protests this city … Continue reading
Book Review: Why the West is Best – Ibn Warraq
Reviewed by: Michael Kravshik. At first glance the title of this book caught my attention. Why the West is Best: A Muslim Apostate’s Defence of Liberal Democracy, is obviously seen by many groups as highly contentious, and therefore sparked my interest. The author Ibn Warraq, labeling himself a Muslim apostate (which he most certainly is), is … Continue reading
A Call to Prayer for Human Rights: 2028 AD
Written by: Michael Kravshik. February 17th, 2028 The New York Time(s) A Call to Prayer for Human Rights After months of controversy, the College of Cardinals has finally decided upon a new Pope. With the all too recognizable signal of white smoke emanating from the Sistine … Continue reading