As a child, my favourite game wasn’t chess or checkers, Scrabble or Lego — it was a game my sister and I made up, in a world of make believe. Like most children’s games of make believe, our imagined world was more pleasant than the real one.
But it’s a necessary function of human development to do away with make believe as one gets older. After all, adults (not children) are the ones tasked with responsibilities, and they have to be grounded in reality in order to carry out those responsibilities properly.
Tonight, I reveal the Canadian adults in politics, academia, and the mainstream media -- living in a world of make believe -- who are creating a grim reality for our nation's children.
Then, Albertan supermom and Rebel Commentator Sheila Gunn Reid joins me with her reaction to the shocking Syrian schoolyard scandal taking place in her province.
Plus: Your week's top headlines and "Quote of Honour."