Little Mosque on the Prairie: An Unfortunate Media Spin

“Thus, the popularity of Little Mosque on the Prairie leaves me simultaneously shocked, flabbergast, uneasy, and numb. I accept that media mavens work specifically to make money (see: The Canadian Center of Policy Alternative’s For Sale to the Highest Bidder), generally to better their careers, often to disseminate information, and usually to set the agendas for other news sources, but I’ve been blissfully unaware that such makers exert themselves, as well, to promote the politics of people keen on destroying the way of life that has empowered North American denizens for more than two centuries.”

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