Veteran political insider Ray Heard joins me to talk about a wide range of election topics, beginning with the phenomenon of newspaper endorsements.
While journalists may be leftwing, newspaper owners tend to be more conservative -- and this is reflected in their endorsements of the Conservatives during this election.
Heard says that 80% of Canadian reporters are either socialists or "very liberal liberals." He calls the Globe & Mail's endorsement of the Conservatives (but not PM Harper) "the most bizarre endorsement I've ever read." He explains why they ran that endorsement, offering insights into how Canada's elite really thinks -- and talks about how the important Blue Jays game on Monday might impact the election results.
Other subjects include the Ford brothers, Justin's pro-pot stance and whether or not the polls are reliable.
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