Author: Grant A. Brown

Obstruct, Cover up, and Fearmonger

Jody Wilson-Raybould’s account of a PMO-PCO plan to spike the SNC-Lavalin criminal prosecution and cover it up with planted media op-eds is gobsmacking enough. But it’s the simultaneous fearmongering about fake news and political violence that escalates this way beyond a garden variety Liberal corruption scandal. After all, the Trudeau government is also planning to invest $600 million in pliant media and promising to filter election news coverage. Tony Soprano, meet Joe Stalin. Grant Brown reports.

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A Plan for a Catastrophe That Never Comes

Seems like everyone has a plan to save the planet from Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming. Naomi Klein has her Leap Manifesto and Alexandria Octavio-Cortez a Green New Deal. Justin Trudeau has a carbon tax – sorry, “price on pollution” – and Andrew Scheer has his, er, whatever. Unfortunately, all of them are economically catastrophic. Grant Brown is a climate change skeptic and borderline heretic, but nevertheless as a public service he has developed an affordable Climate Change Survival Guide.

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Power and Politics and Pedagogy

Max Bernier was reproached and ridiculed on CBC’s Power and Politics program because a candidate running in the Burnaby byelection for his “fringe” People’s Party of Canada opposes teaching the novel concept of “gender fluidity” to schoolchildren. The host and her kangaroo court of mainstream party partisans found the candidate guilty of “homophobia and discrimination”, and fingered Bernier as an accessory to the thought crime because he refused to condemn it. But honestly, writes Grant Brown, nothing could be more fringe than believing that human gender and sexual orientation are as changeable as the weather.

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