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

CBC, in True Pravda Fashion, Omits Gas Plant Conviction on Friday’s ‘The National,’ But Has Time to Look Back at Host’s Archive Footage and for Trump, Trump, Trump

The state broadcaster is at it again with it's disgraceful propaganda. CBC's "The National" — pathetically in third place in the TV ratings for a Canadian nightly news broadcast, despite being given a $1.2 billion advantage over its competitors courtesy of taxpayers — disgustingly neglected to report on the conviction of former Ontario Premier Dalton … Continue reading CBC, in True Pravda Fashion, Omits Gas Plant Conviction on Friday’s ‘The National,’ But Has Time to Look Back at Host’s Archive Footage and for Trump, Trump, Trump

Hack Or Flack: Rosemary Barton Edition

By Josh Lieblein Christmas came early for the Conservatives and NDPers this year as Justin Trudeau became the first sitting Prime Minister to be found in violation of a federal statute, despite the interventions of the "Not A Thing" brigade who tried to downplay, and will continue to downplay this story since it broke last … Continue reading Hack Or Flack: Rosemary Barton Edition

What Was Wrong With ‘The National’ Sunday and Monday Night (October 22-23, 2017)

Mission Statement for "What Was Wrong With The National": During the last federal election campaign, Justin Trudeau promised to give the CBC additional funding if he became PM. This clearly affected the CBC's election coverage, where the so-called impartial public broadcaster actively promoted Trudeau as Harper's replacement. After winning the election, Trudeau rewarded CBC for … Continue reading What Was Wrong With ‘The National’ Sunday and Monday Night (October 22-23, 2017)