What rubbish, you might ask? This rubbish: I think it has been well established that Andrew Scheer is a deeply conservative Christian who, unlike Justin Trudeau, actually believes what his bible says. There are millions of people in Canada who are very much like Andrew Scheer: they are Buddhists, Christians, Daoists, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and … Continue reading It’s time to end this rubbish
Do you watch 'Meet the Press' or 'Face the Nation'? The former is the longest-running (70+years) programme on any TV network anywhere and it was a pioneer in many respects ~ for females in journalism (it's the first host was Martha Rountree) and, of course, it pioneered what I call "talking heads TV." In 1982 … Continue reading Just another thought (or two)
Back in late December of last year, I asked: "Is it time to get rid of the CBC?" My answer was, and remains, a bit complicated but, essentially, I think that what passes for news and entertainment on CBC Television and on its on-line services needs to be defunded, now, and sold off. Why? Well, … Continue reading It is time to sell off some of the CBC
OK, the source of this cringe-worthy video clip, Rebel Media, may be suspect to many ~ I do not follow them ~ but it does bring up a question: is this what we expect for the $1 Billion plus we pay for the CBC?. The complete interview, which I watched. looks, as someone else said, more … Continue reading Is it time to get rid of the CBC? Should we?
Is the Trudeau regime hypocritical and dishonest right to the very core? It looks that way to me. Two things caught my eye: First, CBC News reports that "Jo Hye Kyung beat the odds: She made a dangerous escape from North Korea 20 years ago and eventually made her way to Canada and a new … Continue reading Beyond nonsense …
Murray Brewster reports on the CBC News website that "Negotiations over the use of a Canadian military transport plane by United Nations peacekeepers in Africa are deadlocked and it now appears unlikely the Liberal government will be able to deliver on the pledge before next year — perhaps before the next election ... [and] ... The … Continue reading Another military muddle
The CBC, somewhat breathlessly, reports that "Five months after a Radio-Canada/CBC investigation revealed that the country's major mobile networks are vulnerable to hacking and fraud, documents obtained through Access to Information show that the agency responsible for the security of the federal government's networks withheld some information from the public at the time." That agency responsible for … Continue reading In other news …