Yesterday I showed you the media freak-out about a golf tournament in Alberta having a cardboard cut-out of Rachel Notley. The CBC’s story about it was so massive it took three journalists to write it.
There was a big piece about it in the Globe and Mail too, by their marquee columnist, Lawrence Martin. Like the CBC, he links this cardboard cutout to the assassination of British MP Jo Cox.
What’s interesting is the headline — “Culture of Disrespect: what’s the minister’s remedy?”
As in, Lawrence Martin is wondering what Heritage Minister Melanie Joly is going to do about people not thinking the right way, to “put pressure on media owners to find ways to filter out online posts and other bile…”
Wait until I tell you about Ashley Csanady, though. That liberal journalist tattled to Twitter about a satirical account she didn’t like, one that made fun of Ontario’s Liberal “climate change” minister. And she’s done it before…
Journalists no longer believe in free speech.
But we've known that for a long time.
NEXT: My guest is the outspoken Professor Ian Lee of the Sprott School for Business. We talk about the Liberals’ plans to revamp the Canada Pension Plan.
Of course, they’re undoing one of Harper’s key reforms, which was to raise the eligibility age. People are living longer than ever and the current age is simply unsustainable, as Professor Lee explains using peer reviewed research.
THEN: The Notley government tried to prevent The Rebel from seeing a study about the real cost of the Alberta carbon tax.
Paige MacPherson of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation joins me to talk about this coverup, and cuts through the NDP’s lies about the plan.
FINALLY: Your letters to me!