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Friday Feminism - the US election and anti-feminism

For this week’s Friday Feminism post I want to talk about the rise of anti-feminist sentiment, particularly following the results of the US election. As an outside observer (I’m not from the US) this seemed to be an election campaign in which feminism had it’s strongest voice ever. 361 more words

Creative Writing

Trump says without proof that millions voted illegally

US president-elect Donald Trump boards his aircraft with his wife Melania (centre) and son Barron in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Sunday. He headed to New York after spending Thanksgiving with his family in Florida. 736 more words


Why We Need the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation More than Ever

By Dr David Laing Dawson

Hungary is swinging to the right, on the verge of fascism. Far right parties are gaining in much of Europe. Trump is the next president of the USA. 645 more words


Trump assails effort to recount votes; aide slams possible Romney nomination

Trump claimed in a tweet Sunday, without any evidence, that “I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.” (Reuters) 651 more words


How Trump can still lose the Presidency

The 2016 presidential election is over and it’s probably the first time ever that the results have left the left leaning individuals in a turmoil. Donald Trump is the President Elect of United States and is bound to be the next President of United States. 673 more words

Amazing Rocket Ship meets President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower: Exclusive

Amazing Rocket Ship today met with President-elect Donald Trump at the latter’s temporary HQ, Trump Tower. Amid the gaudy setting Amazing Rocket Ship was robust in conversation with the President-elect, who had personally made a call to the Rocket Ship Foundation to offer a three minute audience. 185 more words

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U.S. applications to Canadian universities soar after Trump's election

University admission offices across Canada are seeing far more American applicants than normal in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election. 612 more words