November’s CBC Bias Bonanza!

By Josh Lieblein Ladies, if he: -had to shut down one of his many government comedy Twitter accounts because it was so unfunny that reading it was an act of self-harm -directed the Executive Vice-President of English language services (who has already announced her resignation, btw) to draft a very thin-skinned response to a comedian's criticism -put up … Continue reading November’s CBC Bias Bonanza!

Russian Interference Online Dwarfed By Social Media Giants And Liberal Government’s Own Meddling

The fear of foreign actors, primarily RUSSIA, meddling in Canada's next federal election has been bleated ad nauseam by Canadian left-wing politicians, academics and journalists. Ever since Donald Trump burst their collective bubble of arrogance by winning the presidency at the tail end of 2016, the Liberal Party of Canada and their many allies in the … Continue reading Russian Interference Online Dwarfed By Social Media Giants And Liberal Government’s Own Meddling

Draft Hank Hill As The Symbol Of Canada’s Conservative Resistance

Josh Lieblein Depending on how you look at it, this week was either a new low point for Trudeau's government or a high point for Liberals being Liberals. (As a matter of fact, it might have been both.) Legacy media finally assumes the position and allows itself to be bailed out? All part of the … Continue reading Draft Hank Hill As The Symbol Of Canada’s Conservative Resistance

The PCPO’s Idiotic Gender Identity Resolution Debacle Is An Exemplary Display Of Everything Wrong With Conservatism In Canada Today

By Josh Lieblein In February of 2013, Tom Flanagan, Stephen Harper's mentor and the man who we had been led to believe was the Canadian Conservative intellectual heavyweight, disgraced himself by defending people's right to look at child porn, or saying that putting people in jail for looking at pictures of naked children is an overreaction … Continue reading The PCPO’s Idiotic Gender Identity Resolution Debacle Is An Exemplary Display Of Everything Wrong With Conservatism In Canada Today

Toronto Elite Can Guffaw At Steve Bannon All They Like, But They Ignore His Words At Their Own Peril

Last Friday an unruly mob of protesters greeted well-heeled Munk Debate attendees with hostility as they lined up to enter Roy Thompson Hall to watch the debate between two intellectual heavyweights. Toronto-born American conservative pundit David Frum faced-off against former Trump White House chief strategist and co-founder of conservative firebrand news website Breitbart Steve Bannon. … Continue reading Toronto Elite Can Guffaw At Steve Bannon All They Like, But They Ignore His Words At Their Own Peril

Some Completely Fair Questions About Normalizing Extremist Rhetoric in Canada

By Josh Lieblein Now that the electorate has rendered an overwhelming verdict of "meh" on Faith Goldy and her fairly desperate attempts to inject white-nationalist flavoured fervour into an otherwise crashingly boring mayoral campaign, we can finally talk about her without being accused of "normalizing" her and her rhetoric -- hopefully. Although Goldy wasn't the … Continue reading Some Completely Fair Questions About Normalizing Extremist Rhetoric in Canada

September’s CBC Bias Bonanza

By Josh Lieblein Hey, you know what regular, everyday Canadians love to complain about? The CBC and how biased it is. Really! Your clicks don't lie. Not that griping about it will change anything down at the CBC, but we're not going to quibble about that, are we? No sir, the votes are in and … Continue reading September’s CBC Bias Bonanza

We Reviewed All 3,675 Pages Of Complaints To Elections Canada From The 2015 Election

By Josh Lieblein The Trudeau Liberals have chosen to play a game of inches with electoral reform, tossing out plans to convert our system wholesale to a proportional representation model along with then-Minister of Democratic Institutions Maryam Monsef. They've since focused their efforts on trying to undo some of the changes introduced by the Harper … Continue reading We Reviewed All 3,675 Pages Of Complaints To Elections Canada From The 2015 Election

Raving Review: Snowflake’s Chance: The 2016 Campaign Diary of Justin Trudeau-Fairchild, Social Justice Warrior, a Novel by Curtis Edmonds

By Josh Lieblien What if I told you that an American writer and former employee of George W. Bush and Rick Perry published a novel where the protagonist shares the same name as our Prime Minister? Is it a weird coincidence, like how there are different independently-developed Dennis The Menace comic strips in America and the UK, … Continue reading Raving Review: Snowflake’s Chance: The 2016 Campaign Diary of Justin Trudeau-Fairchild, Social Justice Warrior, a Novel by Curtis Edmonds