Education

Extremism on Campus: Islamist Narratives are Going Unchallenged

August 25, 2016 Leo Gibbons-Plowright 0

We won’t defeat the ideologies of fascism and Islamism through blanket censorship. We defeat these ideas by exposing their fallacies and undermining their arguments through open debate and criticisms. Islamists and their fellow-travellers on the far-Left will attempt to shut down this discussion, but we cannot let this happen.

Opinion

Climate Change Migration: The Humanitarian Crisis of our Age

August 25, 2016 Michael J Bramham 0

Climate change is perhaps the single biggest challenge our species faces in the future. We often hear about the damage climate change will directly inflict on our civilization: increased severe weather events, extreme drought, sea-level rise and desertification. What sometimes gets less focus is the human cost of climate change

Opinion

The Virtues of Mind and Moderation

August 25, 2016 Mitchell Bate 0

Peter Boghossion asked: ‘Would human wellbeing be better served if people were more empathetic or more intelligent?’ This question is spikier than it first appears when one recalls the British

Abdullah Sameer
Opinion

No Compulsion in Religion?

August 18, 2016 Will TG Miller 0

Canadian blogger Abdullah Sameer posted a video on Facebook last Thursday that picked up around 70,000 views in less than 24 hours. The topic was bound to attract attention; Sameer’s