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!

October’s CBC Bias Bonanza!

By Josh Lieblein https://youtu.be/_YYURYCaUoU Hark! The CBC! Drat them! Double drat them! They are receiving ridiculous amounts of taxpayer dollars to provide insanely biased coverage. CONFOUND THAT CBC!!!! OHHHHH HOW I HATE THEM! I HATE THE NATIONAL!! I HATE AS IT HAPPENS! AND I HATE CBC COMEDY! THEY DRIVE ME TO DRINK AND WRITE BLOGPOSTS … Continue reading October’s CBC Bias Bonanza!

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

A Look At The Toronto Mayoral Debates’ Arcane Selection Processes

As the first round of Toronto mayoral debates takes place this week, questions arise of how different organizations hosting the debates chose the four or five candidates to participate in their events out of the 35 mayoral candidates registered. On Monday, ArtsVote hosted a debate including front-runners Mayor John Tory and former city planner Jennifer … Continue reading A Look At The Toronto Mayoral Debates’ Arcane Selection Processes

Scott Reid’s Partisan Deeds

By Josh Lieblein (UPDATE: JUNE 1, 2018) Well, as I look back over this article as Scotty lashes out at Ontario Proud on Twitter with less than a week to go before the OntLibs get annihilated, I have to wonder: What was Wynne thinking, letting this guy within a hundred feet of her campaign? She probably … Continue reading Scott Reid’s Partisan Deeds

Twitter Accounts of Some Canadian Journalists, Politicians and Personalities Show High Fake Follower Counts

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

Trudeau’s Ridiculous Behaviour Is Making It Harder To Take Liberal Smears Seriously

By Josh Lieblein If you've spent any length of time paying attention to Canadian politics, you know the Liberals live and die by the white nationalist smear. It's their one-two punch. So integral is the white nationalist smear to the Liberal re-election strategy that they've basically just let it hang out in the open this … Continue reading Trudeau’s Ridiculous Behaviour Is Making It Harder To Take Liberal Smears Seriously

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

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

Hijab Hoax: Some Answers from Toronto Police and Lingering Questions for Toronto District School Board, Media, Politicians, and Girl’s Family

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