On Friday’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Allum Bokhari, senior technology correspondent at Breitbart News, joined me to discuss why people are growing more concerned about threats to their free speech from Silicon Valley big tech companies.
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1. Merkel confirms why UN migration pact is binding under questioning from AfD MB Martin Hebner
On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I offered a detailed response to a CBC guest who was able to get away with comparing convicted terrorist and war criminal, Omar Khadr, to a rebellious teen, with no pushback from the host.
The UN conference in Marrakesh had barely wrapped when Lloyd Axworthy, former Liberal cabinet minister and current chair of the World Refugee Council, delivered an impassioned plea in the Globe & Mail for Canada to allow those in the Central American migrant caravan to immigrate into our Great Dominion.
Congressman Ted Lieu of California is known for a lot of things - being dumb, being stupid, being a fool - but he really went above and beyond this week when he announced, on CNN, that “I would love to be able to regulate the content of speech. The First...
It’s been a whirlwind week covering the United Nations Global Warming summit in Katowice, Poland.
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The rumours were true. This morning, Sir Graham Brady informed the Prime Minister that the required 48 letters had been submitted, and a confidence vote was being called.
Forgotten about the looming threat of a no confidence vote against PM Theresa May? So had I.
At the end of a long day in Parliament, following Theresa May’s decision to delay the meaningful vote on her Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, a Labour Member of Parliament has caused a stir and broken Parliamentary protocol.
Tuesday was Theresa May’s toughest day. Pressure is mounting with new challenges facing her every day. The House of Commons today began its five-day-long debate on the proposed Withdrawal Agreement, but before that began, May’s government faced three votes – and she lost all three.
Well this is a real turn of events – Theresa May has proposed a televised debate with Jeremy Corbyn over the Brexit deal, and Corbyn has accepted.