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 been one year since Donald Trump was elected President but 12 months later, many on the left and even some among the Republican establishment haven’t allowed the reality of the Trump presidency to sink in. What did they miss?
Rebel Commander Ezra Levant joins me with insight on how Donald Trump ascended to the role of Commander in Chief.
* After deranged gunman Devin Patrick Kelley murdered 26 worshippers in a church in Sutherland Springs Texas, the left and mainstream media inevitably went to gun control despite the fact that it was a good guy with a gun who stopped further deaths.
But as Kristin Tate points out, in the aftermath it has become fashionable in some quarters to mock Christians as they look to their faith to cope with this tragedy.
* Statistics out of Australia show a drastic increase in disability pensions granted for mental health reasons so is Australia becoming a nation of psychologically disabled individuals or is something else at play?
One of our Rebels "Down Under", Dr. Tanveer Ahmed, joins us to discuss his commentary outlining why these Aussies are essentially exiting the workforce. It's a phenomenon that's occurring in North America as well.
* A group in Grand Prairie Alberta were denied a permit to peacefully protest against anti-Islamophobia motion, M-103, and a campus pro-life club was banned from the University of Ottawa, all in a country that is supposed to cherish freedom of speech.
Sheila Gunn Reid joins me to discuss the clampdown on any speech the gatekeepers deem politically incorrect.