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!
* It’s official: GM’s Oshawa assembly plant is shutting down. And worse yet, you can expect more misery for the Canadian auto sector if Justin Trudeau gets his way with a carbon tax.
Rebel Commander Ezra Levant will serve up all the gruesome details.
* The migrant caravan has made it to the U.S. border, and now the street theatre for the media begins. But are these Central American refugees fleeing oppression... or are they opportunists hoping to game the system?
Kurt Schlichter joins us to offer his take.
* It may have been foolhardy of late-missionary John Allan Chau to try to spread the gospel in a very dangerous place. Still, it’s disturbing to see how his death is being covered by the media in certain quarters.
Ben Davies shall explain all.
* And finally, letters. Tonight, I’ll share some of the letters we received regarding my Q&A session with attendees at the Toronto event featuring Bill and Hillary Clinton. Let’s just say this: most didn’t appreciate my so-called “inappropriate” questions..