Michael Coren is an author, columnist, radio and TV broadcaster, and public speaker.
OPINION: Big businesses are pushing back against the minimum-wage increase. We can’t let them get in the way of progress, writes Michael Coren.
OPINION: Anti-abortion activists think they’re being persecuted. In fact, writes Michael Coren, they have a persecution complex.
Accusations of racism should be made with caution, Michael Coren says, as many people of colour voted for Brexit. But a recent incident involving his daughter in England highlights concerns about a growing xenophobia.
Why are so many politicians and media personalities trying to digress or distract from the truth? People were killed in Orlando because they were gay, Michael Coren writes.
A genuine act of apology involves full admission of guilt, sorrow for the crime or failing, and fitting compensation, or even punishment. Words of sorrow are not supposed to be some sort of get-out-of-jail-free card.