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
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
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
By Josh Lieblein For what seems like forever, the Trudeau government and their provincial allies have been pushing for some sort of pan-Canadian price on carbon. Recall that the current Prime Minister was once of the opinion that the provinces should be left to decide how to make consumers pay. However, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna … Continue reading Raving Canuck’s Guide to the Trudeau Government’s Carbon Tax Smoke and Mirrors
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 Have you ever looked at Daniel Dale's "Unauthorized Database of False Things" said by U.S. President Donald Trump and said, "Boy, I wish our media would apply the same level of scrutiny to our leaders"? Of course you haven't, because nobody has looked at Daniel Dale's list in the last year. We … Continue reading The Unauthorized List of Trudeau Untruths: Outright Lies, Evasions, Non-Answers, and other Equivocations
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
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 If you're anything like me, you would jump at the chance to watch a Steve Harvey-hosted game show where all your favourite corrupt, radical, suppressive and secretive political dynasties hashed it out in a series of hilarious challenges to see who was the best (or worst). Would you be a good Canadian … Continue reading The Trudeaus vs. The Kims: Which Family Are The Greater Dictators?
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?