The Unintentional Relevancy of The Walrus Today At the end of February, the federal Liberal government announced in its new budget that it would be allocating $50 million -- spread out over five years -- to local journalism in underserved communities. It was a drop in the bucket for an industry hemorrhaging cash by the millions … Continue reading The Blubbery and Gluttonous Walrus Magazine
By Josh Lieblein On Canadian Twitter the retweets flow Between the Nora Loreto Hot takes and shade: and Jesse Brown Vied unsuccessfully for the crown Scarce heard for Nora’s Lo-Ratio They are the roasted. Short days ago Randos with follower counts of 0 Mobbed and were mobbed, in “planned attacks” On Canadian Twitter More talking … Continue reading An Ode to Canadian Media Twitter: On Canadian Twitter the Retweets Flow
By Josh Lieblein After the mayhem of Faith Goldy's appearance at Wilfrid Laurier University, committed free-speech advocate and enemy of political correctness Lindsay Shepherd held another, much more low-key event at the Kitchener Public Library on Monday. The speaker was David Clement, a former Maxime Bernier leadership campaign spokesperson, a 2014 Libertarian Party candidate, and … Continue reading Interview: Lindsay Shepherd Answers Some Questions Left Lingering by the Media
In the Twitterverse, a Twitter user's follower count is cachet. https://twitter.com/davidakin/status/892174618592772096 From employers deciding who to hire to customers choosing businesses to news consumers searching for authoritative journalists to celebrities negotiating endorsement fees, one's Twitter follower count, sadly, is looked at as a status marker. https://twitter.com/davidakin/status/967253982069497856 With many perceiving prestige by how many followers someone … Continue reading Twitter Accounts of Some Canadian Journalists, Politicians and Personalities Show High Fake Follower Counts
Leave it to the foreign press of a blossoming democracy to expose a waning democracy's leader's phoniness. Sure, Canadian media eventually joined the bandwagon in ridiculing Trudeau's disastrous Indian trip, but only after it became too hard to ignore. From the get go, the Indian press were unimpressed with Mr. Dress Up's patronizing costumes and … Continue reading CBC Continues to Carry Trudeau’s Water, Indian Press Show Up Canadian Press in Calling a Poseur a Poseur, and Trudeau War on ‘Fake News’ Continues
By Josh Lieblein While everyone else is rushing to gawk at the PC Party of Ontario dumpster fire, we're at least TRYING to talk about the shady practices of our Liberal Premier and her party. Lost in the tumult of the last few weeks has been the story of how Deanna Natale, aka Deanna Sgro, … Continue reading BREAKING: Kathleen Wynne And The Liberals In A Glass House When It Comes To Abuse, Can’t Throw Stones At PCs
On Friday former Ontario PC Leader and current PC leadership candidate Patrick Brown’s lawyers’ libel notice was served to CTV over its “false, malicious, irresponsible and defamatory” reporting of sexual misconduct allegations against Brown. The defendants listed in the libel notice include CTV News president Wendy Freeman, chief news anchor Lisa LaFlamme, reporters Glenn McGregor … Continue reading Brown Begins Process of Suing CTV and CP24
After Trudeau was endlessly lampooned for his boneheaded "peoplekind" manterruption by both the domestic and international press throughout the week (I don't really care if it was joke or not, or taken out of context, the point is Trudeau says dumb things often, meant seriously, that usually get ignored or praised by Canadian mainstream media), the … Continue reading What is the Trudeau Government Trying to Censor on Facebook?
IS JUSTIN TRUDEAU THE SMART MAN'S STUPID PERSON? A MACWALRUS POST COLUMN BY SCOTTBATHA BROWNTE Controversial Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has become a "lightning rod" for controversy. According to his accusers, he is a "spineless, virtue-signalling excuse for a feminist," "what would happen if the song “Imagine” took human form and then ate … Continue reading What Would Happen If We Reported On Justin Trudeau The Way We Report On Jordan Peterson?
It's been almost three weeks since the false report of an eleven-year-old girl being twice attacked by a crazed Asian man with scissors, cutting a 12-inch slice in her hijab, was first blasted across cyberspace on Friday, January 12. Once the Toronto Police concluded their investigation, finding the incident was a fabricated hoax, the media — … Continue reading Hijab Hoax: Some Answers from Toronto Police and Lingering Questions for Toronto District School Board, Media, Politicians, and Girl’s Family