The federal government is expected to lay out fresh plans next week to support Canada’s struggling news industry.
The measures, expected in Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s fall economic statement Wednesday, will be designed to help journalism remain viable after years of shrinking advertising revenues.
The payoffs are political rewards as well as a reason for fealty to the Trudeau administration. Media outlets are expected to continue promoting the liberal brand and blacklist any stories unflattering to Imam Trudeau, his liberal horde, and his band of civilization-destroying Muslims as well.
I may have um made up that last bit.
Officials with the State Department and Department of Homeland Security told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that “some” members of the Central American caravan have histories of violent crime and have been identified as potentially posing a threat to national security.
For two years, U.S. media has maintained a near-blackout on the specific evidence of Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-Minnesota) disturbing character and legal issues. In the 18 hours after Omar was elected to replace Keith Ellison in MN Congressional District 5, the media left zero doubt as to why.
On the theory that you can judge a president by his critics, Donald Trump must be hitting the bull’s-eye with his warnings about the migrants vowing to smash through our border. We know this because the usual suspects — the New York Times and CNN, among others — are accusing Trump of making much ado about next to nothing.
A purposefully ambiguous “association of western intelligence organizations” hosts a unique public website titled “Stop 910”. Whoever runs it solicits information — in English, Spanish, and Arabic — to out sleeper agents of the notorious external terrorism service of Hezbollah, known by the nom de guerre “Unit 910.” The “association” offers reward money, photos of suspected operatives it wants identified, and instructions on how to anonymously inform.
2. A convert to Islam who was fired from his job as a high school principal in Australia due to suspicions he was radicalizing students is now in a teaching position again at a different high school.
A little over a year ago, Rep. Steve Scalise nearly died after a man who was out hunting Republicans shot him at a baseball practice. Even today, he still needs to walk with crutches.
And now another man has been arrested for threatening Scalise by voicemail.
Acid attack survivors.
Today in Britain, 19-year-old Xeneral Webster was jailed for 17 years for a fatal acid attack that he carried out in June of last year. According to Sky News, the case is believed to be the first conviction under British law for a death caused by an acid attack.
A jewelry store robbery over the weekend in a Texas border town mall sent shoppers into a panic, afraid they were caught in the middle of a mass shooting. After the suspects were apprehended, authorities learned exactly who was behind the melee.
Why are Trudeau and the Canadian mainstream media the only ones refusing to admit this was terrorism?
The world learned on Wednesday morning that the Islamic State took responsibility for the Danforth shooting that left two dead and 13 injured.
Canadians could be forgiven, however, for not knowing that the deranged Islamist death cult claimed to have had a hand in the Toronto massacre. Most Canadian media outlets decided to ignore the news altogether.
Instead of trying to control what Canadians can read on social media, the government should look at the fake news they’re funding with our tax dollars.
Next time you read, watch or hear a story about how Parliament Hill is learning to deal with sexual harassment in the Me Too era, ignore it.
Canada’s national media have proven they have selective interest in this topic.
On Monday, Reuters/Ipsos announced that the Democratic Party’s strong lead on the generic ballot question, which had remained stable for most of 2018, had rapidly collapsed over the prior week.
Wednesday, CNN presented yet another story about Venezuela’s implosion which did a fine job of portraying that country’s human misery, this time in the oil industry. Unfortunately, it was yet another example of a story failing to mention its socialist form of government or even its leader, President Nicolas Maduro.