Today is a grave day. How do we properly thank people, strangers really, who make the ultimate sacrifice for us, or who willingly put themselves at such risk?
Last year, right after the election Trudeau won, but before Trudeau actually took office, Stephen Harper hosted a national memorial ceremony where Nathan Cirillo was murdered — and Trudeau attended too. This year, nothing. Nothing to mark the Muslim terrorist attack in our capital city. He just doesn’t care.
Of course it’s not just Trudeau; it’s the whole culture.
Convicted, confessed Al Qaida war criminal and murderer Omar Khadr is the toast of the fancy set. He was on last year’s Maclean’s magazine’s cover, for their Remembrance Day edition. Think about that.
I’m grateful to our soldiers and veterans and their families.
I rage against our enemies, both foreign and domestic.
I despise those in the media and politics who take the side of our enemies, instead of our own country.
And, just as bad — those who think the idea of allies and enemies, good and evil, don’t even exist anymore.
Tonight's guests: Climate Depot's Marc Morano joins me to talk about what Rebel reporters can expect when they attend the UN's climate change conference in Marrakech.
PLUS Paige MacPherson, Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, explains the implications of the Yukon carbon tax.