The Source, SunNews: October 2011 Archives
From The Source, Oct. 31, 2011: I take on CBC's '22 Minutes' ambush interview in one of my most outrageous monologues yet.
From The Source, Oct. 31, 2011: Mysterious Asia Times columnist David Goldman (a.k.a. Spengler) looks at the U.S. in crisis and the future of China.
From The Source, Oct. 28, 2011: Dr Amin Muhammad, psychiatrist and Canada’s leading expert on honour killings, explains the cultural practice around the world and in Canada, and debunks concerns that it’s a Western-propagated myth.
From The Source, Oct. 28, 2011: John Lott, author of The Bias Against Guns, praises the move to scrap Canada’s national gun registry and says there’s no evidence to prove a registry has helped to solve or prevent gun crimes in Canada.
From The Source, Oct. 28, 2011: Joan Crockatt and I mourn the apparent demise of Conservative Alberta and roll eyes at the new proposed provincial tourism slogan.
From The Source, Oct. 28, 2011: I look at why the inclusion of Mohawk Warriors into the Occupy movement may result in violence and truly occupied land.
From The Source, Oct. 27, 2011: Andrew Breitbart on the fizzling out of peaceful Occupiers in exchange for more violent ones.
From The Source, Oct. 27, 2011: In our Red Alert segment, Professor Charles Burton discusses the danger of Ontario govt’s links to Chinese telecom giant, Huawei, blocked by the Pentagon for spying concerns.
From The Source, Oct. 27, 2011: The latest CBC misuse of taxpayer money is just par for the course.
From The Source, Oct. 26, 2011: Brooke Goldstein, lawyer and children’s rights advocate, on the ethics surrounding Gadhafi’s death and the dangerous fallout from Israel’s hostage for terrorists swap.
From The Source, Oct. 26, 2011: Rob Breakenridge on Alberta’s drastic crackdown on drunk drivers.
From The Source, Oct. 26, 2011: An except from Incoming! wherein I read viewer mail: here we have a tweet from a CATSA employee.
From The Source, Oct. 26, 2011: From unlawful labour unions, to an inquiry into corruption, to threats of physical violence against the labour minister, the facts speak for themselves.
From The Source, Oct. 25, 2011: Kris Sims on the documentary release of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged and why the message of her 50 year old novel is still relevant today.
From The Source, Oct. 25, 2011: Brian Lilley on Hubert Lacroix’s continued attempts to stonewall the government on transparency while at the same time asking for more government handouts.
From The Source, Oct. 25, 2011: The CBC is using taxpayer dollars for attack ads and non-funny segments that berate public figures. I think it's time they waste their own money, not yours.
From The Source, Oct. 24, 2011: We all know the CBC needs cash: just ask it! So why is it turning down my cheque in return for free stuff?
From The Source, Oct. 24, 2011: Lately the Liberals are all about saving the CBC, but David Akin reminds you that they've taken an axe to it before.
From The Source, Oct. 24, 2011: Middle East expert Daniel Pipes looks at the Libya's post-Gadhafi future and figures we'll eventually miss Moammar.
From The Source, Oct. 24, 2011: Libya has declared freedom, but all it's done is exchange an old dictator for a new one.
From The Source, Oct. 21, 2011: Raheel Raza on why multiculturalism breeds honour killings in Canada.
From The Source, Oct. 21, 2011: I look at the troubling growth of Sharia law in Canada and how it oppresses and sometimes literally kills women.
From The Source, Oct. 20, 2011: My opening statement from the show, a response to the CBC's attack on Quebecor.
From The Source, Oct. 20, 2011: The Supreme Court has ruled that linking to offensive material does not constitute hate crime.
From The Source, Oct. 20, 2011: Upon seeing the clip of the Occupy Toronto protesters mindlessly chanting back everything I said, psychotherapist Dr. Karen Ruskin expresses serious concern for their psychological welfare.
From The Source, Oct. 20, 2011: Jonathan Halevi gives us his thoughts on the death of former Libyan dictator Gadhafi.
From The Source, Oct. 19, 2011: John Robson breaks down the psychology behind the bizarre call and reply chanting and more at the Occupy protests.
From The Source, Oct. 19, 2011: Professor Frank Atkins on Quebec’s desperate hold onto House seat power and how they’re exploiting the resources of the West in the process.
From The Source, Oct. 19, 2011: Why does Quebec once again hold the fate of Canadian politics in its hands? I break it down.
From The Source, Oct. 18, 2011: Guest author Louis Fortin of MEI’s research paper, 'The Financing and Transparency of Unions,' challenges Canada’s labour unions to follow France’s example.
From The Source, Oct. 18, 2011: Kris Sims talks to us about the odd masks that are popping up during the 'Occupy' movement.
From The Source, Oct. 18, 2011: Jacqui Delaney gives me some perspective on my visit to the Occupy Toronto site at which I met--among others--a guy who told me about "FEMA's genocide," another guy who was running low on weed, a woman who says "the point" is camping out and a graphics designer who's waiting for a job that is more in line with this values. This is the full first half of the show. It has the final couple of minutes where I bring it on home by leading the call and repeat in the park.
From The Source, Oct. 17, 2011: Immigration Minister Jason Kenney weighs in on several issues including Amnesty International's arrest demands and the 'Occupy Wall St.' movement.
From The Source, Oct. 17, 2011: Joe Warmington brings us clips from the Occupy Toronto protest.
From The Source, Oct. 17, 2011: Andrew Breitbart blazed a trail away from the consensus media. He tells us about his philosophy and push against the leftist agenda.
Web Exclusive, Oct. 12, 2011: You've seen me defend freedom, but have you seen me dance? You have now thanks to this sunnewsnetwork.ca behind-the-scenes exclusive. (What else can I say? The rest of the flash mob failed to show up.)
From The Source, Oct. 13, 2011: Professor David Bradley, formerly featured on 60 Minutes for his politically incorrect racial ideas, joins us to discuss the politics of race in a potential Herman Cain/Barack Obama match up.
From The Source, Oct. 13, 2011: The 'Occupy Wall Street' movement is full of fickle protestors and hypocrisy; 'Bad-boy journalist' Andrew Breitbart brings us the videos.
From The Source, Oct. 13, 2011: Amnesty International gets it wrong on human rights once again. I have more on the institute's soft stance on Gorbachev.
From The Source, Oct. 12, 2011: In this installment of The Arab Underground, Jonathan Halevi talks about Gilad Shalit's release and a nascent Nazi movement in Egypt.
From The Source, Oct. 12, 2011: Toronto Police Services are taking religious accommodation one step further in their uniform allowance of wearing hijabs.
From The Source, Oct. 12, 2011: Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch on why status quo diplomacy with Iran and overtures from Obama has led us to this attempted terror attack.
From The Source, Oct. 12, 2011: David Akin and I go head to head in debating where to draw a line when it comes to free speech.
From The Source, Oct. 12, 2011: With the Supreme Court reviewing what qualifies as hate speech, I stand in defence of freedom.
From The Source, Oct. 11, 2011: Human rights lawyer Majed El Shafie reveals disturbing photos of violence against Cops and calls the military action against the Egyptian minority group a “genocide.”
From The Source, Oct. 11, 2011: I go head to head with Lorrie Goldstein who sympathizes with Occupy Wall Street protesters and shows viewers who’s really orchestrating the movement.
From The Source, Oct. 11, 2011: Brian Lilley and I chat about Omar Khadr's return to Canada.
From The Source, Oct. 11, 2011: COO of Air Canada, Duncan Dee, calls for a review of CATSA and questions their relevance in the security industry.
From The Source, Oct. 11, 2011: CATSA has been screening everything from hair gel to toothpaste for ten years, and I think that is long enough.
From The Source, Oct. 10, 2011: The outspoken 'Hockey Night' host is under fire for his views on fighting, but does he deserve it? Damian Goddard joins the debate.
From The Source, Oct. 10, 2011: Journalist Charles Cooke has immersed himself in the weirdness of the Occupy Wall Street protests, and shares his insights.
From The Source, Oct. 10, 2011: It’s a scary but true bedtime story. Convicted terrorist Omar Khadr is en route to Canada.
From The Source, Oct. 4, 2011 (posted on Oct. 10): Senator Patrick Brazeau takes aim at Greenpeace, which is using Aboriginal Canadians as a weapon to bash the oilsands industry.
From The Source, Oct. 7, 2011: Keith Olbermann thinks Occupy Wall Street should be getting more mainstream media coverage, and I agree, but not for the same reasons.
From The Source, Oct. 7, 2011: I revisit the threats against David Letterman and South Park with Adam Turner of the Legal Project.
From The Source, Oct. 7, 2011: Constitutional lawyer Chris Schafer on the human rights atrocity of choosing your own roommate and Ontario Human Rights Commission creepin' on Craigslist.
From The Source, Oct. 7, 2011: The Human Rights Commission continues to play favourites in their hunt for renters' rights offences.
From The Source, Oct. 6, 2011: Preston Manning speaks with me about the state of conservatism in Canada.
From The Source, Oct. 6, 2011: The United States has fallen so far behind in the space race that it is now requiring astronauts to learn Russian. Dasvidaniya NASA!
From The Source, Oct. 6, 2011: With the CBC President lashing out against critics, some other mainstream media are falling in line and giving the CBC a break.
From The Source, Oct. 5, 2011: Online journalist Jerome Williams brings more damming video evidence of Olympic hopeful and Vancouver vandal, Nathan Kotylak, and asks why the kid hasn’t been charged yet.
From The Source, Oct. 5, 2011: Selling raw milk is no crime, so why is it prohibited in Canada? I talk to milk producer Michael Schmidt.
From The Source, Oct. 5, 2011: A Saudi beheading caught on tape, a Saudi executioner bragging about his role in chopping off limbs, and pro-Assad rally held in Ottawa.
From The Source, Oct. 5, 2011: Saudi Arabia continues to make egregious human rights violations, so why isn't the mainstream media calling them out?
From The Source, Oct.4, 2011: Diversity consultant Kathy Shaidle discusses free speech and Canadian politicians--they just don't get it. Who will stand up for our rights?
From The Source, Oct. 4, 2011: The U.S. state department is getting set to make its decision on the Keystone XL pipeline. Which side are you on?
From The Source, Oct. 3, 2011: An amazed Rick Bell reacts to Alison Redford's stunning win in Alberta's PC leadership race.
From The Source, Oct. 3, 2011: Lorrie Goldstein talks about Dalton McGuinty's climbdown on CO2 cap and trade follies.
From The Source, Oct. 3, 2011: Dalton McGuinty's anti-oil assault includes the claim that it brings no jobs to Ontario. Say what? Dean Del Mastro has the truth.
From The Source, Oct. 3, 2011: MP Brian Storseth on his private member's bill, C-304, which proposes to kill the Canadian Human Rights Act's Section 13 that severely restricts free speech.
From The Source, Oct. 3, 2011: Did you know it's against the law to hurt someone's feelings in Canada? But that loony law may be repealed and I've got my fingers crossed.