A new Angus Reid poll asked how much confidence Canadians had in various institutions.
No surprise: Confidence in the Senate was low, but other politicians didn't fair much better.
Confidence in the Supreme Court topped the poll at 61%.
But that's still low, probably because unelected judges are seen as soft on crime and and guilty of legislating from the bench.
As for the media, they scored an unimpressive 31%. Canadians sense that the Media Party is actually campaigning for their pet causes -- like terrorist Omar Khadr -- while pretending to be neutral.
READ The Enemy Within: Terror, Lies, and the Whitewashing of Omar Khadr, Ezra Levant’s new book about domestic terrorism and radicalization.
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