Everyone’s down on the United States these days, but anti-Americanism, based on jealousy and entitlement, goes back decades.
Some Canadians are the worst offenders, especially at the official level, the Liberal level, the Trudeau level.
Yesterday, on the Fourth of July, America’s national day, when they celebrate their veterans and remember their war dead — Trudeau leaked his plan to apologize and pay $10 million dollars to Omar Khadr, a terrorist who murdered a U.S. army medic named Christopher Speer.
I’m pro-Canada. I’m not an American.
But I despise this America-baiting.
A more confident Canadian prime minister would stand up for Canada, while realizing that one of the reasons that’s so easy to do in this dangerous world is that we won the geographic lottery:
We have the best neighbours anyone could hope for.
NEXT: Sun columnist Anthony Furey joins me with his take on the Khadr scandal, as well as to talk about how toxic identity politics has become.
THEN: Breitbart’s Raheem Kassam comes on to talk about how Trump's tweets are working to drive the media insane.
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