Every Friday evening on Rebel Roundup, we get together with other Rebel contributors to review the week's headlines, from the serious to the absurd.
Settle in and enjoy!
* Yesterday, Canada's homegrown Islamist terrorist, Omar Khadr, was back in a courtroom in Edmonton -- this time arguing for some of his bail conditions to be dropped.
Keean Bexte was there and joins us to explain how, when it comes to sheer unmitigated gall, Omar Khadr has no equal.
* Speaking of scumbags, Abdullahi Hashi Farah is many things: he’s a drug dealer, a gun smuggler and has even trafficked for pedophiles. So naturally, he’s just the sort of person we’d want as a future Canadian citizen, right?
Ezra Levant has all the unbelievable details...
* And Sheila has just returned from the UN’s climate change conference in Poland.
* And finally, letters. Tonight, I’ll share feedback on my journey to Marrakesh to cover the UN’s conference on migration. First of all, while the UN doesn’t care for developed nations erecting walls and fences to protect their borders, they do love walls and fences when it comes to protecting their venue! Double standard much?