Grant is a retired law enforcement officer and native of Vancouver, BC. He has also lived in Brazil. He has written fifteen books.
General Milley Crosses the Rubicon
On the 10th of January, 49 BC, Gaius Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon River with the army he had led to victory in Gaul. Facing a campaign of politically motivated prosecution in the Roman Senate, Caesar’s choices were bad and worse.
Another Impossible Lab Leak
Oh, “Trust the Science.” Isn’t that what we’re always being told? Whether the subject is global warming…or climate change…or whatever it’s called, or the origins of a deadly pandemic, science is something done by humans. Humans, while no doubt quite intelligent, every bit as fallible as the janitor who fails to use a clean mop, or the fast-food employee who forgets your pickles.
The Coddling of the American Mind
The Coddling of the American Mind From leftists, to leftists: A warning against wokeism. Recently, I’ve reviewed Douglas Murray’s The Madness of Crowds. For a conservative like myself, it’s an easy book to like. Murray criticizes modern woke thought in terms that resonate with my own beliefs, indicting modern Marxism’s quest to re-invent itself as the genesis of our current madness.
Anne Appelbaum's "Red Famine"
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Anne Appelbaum, author of Gulag and Iron Curtain continues her magisterial body of work on Soviet crimes with Red Famine, a comprehensive account of the 1932-33 Holodomor, which resulted in between three and four million dead from starvation and associated diseases.