Op-Ed

As 2016 draws to a close, few disinfonauts will dispute that it has been an extraordinary year, in myriad ways. For Americans, this was the year that reality television became real life….






In a recent interview, the apparently outspoken actor, Michael Shannon, was quoted as saying “If you’re voting for Trump, it’s time for the urn”, a statement that resonates with those of us who…



It was April 21, and Prince, a musician that, though certainly brilliant, my Millennial friend had never expressed a particular affinity for – and whose last Top 10 hit, 1994’s The Most Beautiful Girl in the World, dropped when she was entering Kindergarten – had passed away at the not-so-young age of 57.






Once-coveted jobs such as newspaper reporter, broadcaster and disc jockey are now considered some of the worst available, thanks to declining opportunities, falling pay and a lack of job security. One of…


In a country with a youth unemployment rate of 23.50% some unknown proletarians brought home the terror and degradation they face on a daily basis to one of the most despised creatures ever to crawl out of the cesspool that is the “celebrity scene.”



Hillary’s vampirism would moreover release her from the burden of most public appearances, freeing up time to actually govern. She wouldn’t need to posture in front of the debris of fallen buildings




A noticeable chill has swept across multiple social media platforms this summer. It started when Milo Yiannopoulos snickered at the Ghostbusters release by posting a classic review in Breitbart.





In 2015, America was the ninth richest country in the world (by GDP PPP) and the fourteenth in average ranking of its educational system. By comparison, Canada, a very similar nation culturally, was the fifteenth richest country in the world and seventh in its educational system.