Davd Menzies, reporting live from downtown Tehran.
I’m not the only Canadian journalist to write a book about Trudeau during the campaign. So did two pro-Trudeau left-wingers — Aaron Wherry of the CBC state broadcaster and John Ivison of Postmedia, the largest recipient of Trudeau’s newspaper bail-out.
Neither of them is being investigated for writing their books. Only me.
Seattle Progressives slam ‘problematic’ performance of ‘Mrs. Doubtfire.’
I don’t say many things are “must watch”, but I’m pretty certain you’ll enjoy it. : Leo Kearse- Comedy Unleashed (NSFW)
Tips thread open.
Bill Jacobson, founder and publisher of Legal Insurrection as well as a clinical professor of law and director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell Law School, shares his insights on Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin College.
The Hockey Hall of Famer tells the Toronto Sun that “enough is enough” of smearing and picking on his old coach.
“To throw him under the bus like this is wrong,” said the former Boston Bruins great.
“And for his partner to do it as well. Shame on him.”
Like Cherry, Orr is disappointed Coach’s Corner co-host Ron MacLean buckled to corporate pressures to issue an apology that included saying, “Don made comments that were hurtful and prejudiced.”
This came after MacLean offered a thumbs-up on air and said “That’s why we love you.”
Orr is of the view that Cherry’s awkward wording was taken out of context and turned against him to destroy him.
“I know what he was saying. We all know what he was saying. He was saying we should buy a poppy. All of us,” said the pride of Parry Sound, now a player representative.
Related: “Support Don Cherry” sign confiscated by security at NHL game
In the coming days you will learn that YouTube suddenly cut off Matt Christiansen’s live YouTube feed Sunday evening, a little over 30 minutes into the broadcast.
You can still watch it here.
Coming up at 10:15am (Sask time) — Meghan Murphy on John Gormley Live.
We interviewed Meghan Murphy last Monday when protesters, activist groups, and event Toronto Mayor John Tory were working to cancel her speaking event on gender at the Toronto Public Library. Murphy’s argument that recognizing gender based on self-identification can harm women has led to accusations of transphobia, and hundreds turned up to protest the event Tuesday evening. After the event, attendees were mobbed and jeered by a crowd of protesters, and police had to escort them out for their safety. Murphy joins Drew now to talk about the event, the protests, and the importance of free speech – especially when that speech is unpopular.
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Oh no…how will the Toronto Public Library ever recover from this pic.twitter.com/BQ2C0zM0Zn
— Lindsay Shepherd (@NewWorldHominin) October 30, 2019
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez put on her “smart girl” glasses and proceeded to interrogate Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Her legions of NPCs ate up the performance but what did she really accomplish?
Join us for an evening in conversation with National Post columnist Barbara Kay; former UCP candidate Caylan Ford; and journalist and free speech advocate Lindsay Shepherd to examine key questions on the problem of ‘cancel culture:’
In a recent speech, Mark Zuckerberg stated that he thinks free speech should be upheld on social media. Let’s see if he upholds his rhetoric.