John examines a column by a PhD student claiming trucker convoy supporters misunderstand freedom and rights. Then, he analyzes a Le Devoir interview with the Supreme Court's Chief Justice. We discuss the Elon Musk bid to take over Twitter, and finish up by looking at the latest Justice Centre report that ranks the provinces by their pandemic rights violations, from worst to "not-the-worst."
Clarisse Paron in The Conversation, Apr 15, 2022: It’s the 40th anniversary of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but recent protests show a serious misunderstanding of what those mean
Matt Taibbi via Zerohedge, Apr 14, 2022: Twitter's Chickens Come Home To Roost
Ted Morton in The National Post, Apr 14, 2022: After 40 years, the charter is still one of the worst bargains in Canadian history
Daily Mail, Apr 11, 2022: Proof that blue states DID fail their people during pandemic: Harsh lockdowns caused huge deaths rates, ruined kids' education and destroyed business, bombshell research FINALLY shows - with NY, NJ, CA and IL all receiving an F-grade
Canadian Bar Association: Equality at a Glance
Le Devoir, Apr 9, 2022: Le juge en chef du Canada n’a pas oublié l’odeur d’anarchie
CBC, Feb 14, 2020: Trudeau calls for 'dialogue' as blockade cripples rail network, while Scheer says clear out the protesters
CTV News, Apr 26, 2020: 'A bunch of yahoos,' Ont. premier says of people protesting COVID-19 emergency measures
CBC, Jun 8, 2020: Over 1,000 health experts sign letter supporting anti-Black racism protests despite COVID-19 risks
CTV News, Jul 1, 2021: A No Pride in Genocide event in Winnipeg honouring the children of residential schools ended with statues toppled at the Legislature.
Babylon Bee, Apr 14, 2022: Twitter Headquarters Suffers Severe Water Damage From Liberal Employees' Tears
Babylon Bee, Apr 15, 2022: Twitter Employee Undergoes Therapy Over Elon Musk Takeover
Justice Centre, Apr 15, 2022: On the Charter’s 40th Anniversary: ‘Who had the worst bunk in Canada’s locked down barracks?’
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