We talk Trump's Helsinki love-in with Putin, the federal Liberal government's Cabinet shake-up and the ongoing cloak & dagger efforts by Stephen Harper to screw over the country he once led. Plus, Lee-Anne struggles for life when a suntan lotion trial goes wrong!
Cameron's interview with Edward Alden, an American journalist, author, and the Bernard L. Schwartz senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. Alden specializes in U.S. economic competitiveness, U.S. trade policy, and visa and immigration policy.
We're talking Mike's trip to the Philippines; the groping allegations against Justin Trudeau; Stephen Harper's secret visit to Trump's White House; and, the pending retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. Plus, an interview with Edward Alden, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, on the Canada-US trade war and the Trump effect globally.
Lee-Anne and Cameron talk the racist verbal attack - captured on video - of a B.C. woman on a group of Arab men and the subsequent fallout on social media; partisanship after the death of Conservative MP Gord Brown and the allegations against NDP MP Christine Moore that she used her position to take advantage of a veteran of the mission in Afghanistan.
Cameron interviews Richard Dien Winfield, Democratic primary candidate for the GA-10th Congressional District, about his platform & why it's long past time to put government to work for the good of Americans, not just the top 1%.
We're talking Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford's plan to open the Greenbelt to developers; The 2018 White House Correspondents Association Dinner and how a comedian evidently destroyed the sanctity & decency of the Republic; plus, our picks for stories of the week!
Lee-Anne, Mike & Cameron talk the van attack in Toronto; the Conservative motion calling for federal action on asylum seekers and a new series "Stop Me If You've Heard This One". PLUS, an interview with Indigenous Affairs Minister Dr. Jane Philpott.
On Friday, April 20, thousands of students across America will walkout of their classroom in protest of gun violence and the lack of action on gun control. Hakique & Cameron sat down a few weeks back for a one-on-one interview with Lane Murdock, the organizer of this initiative.
The announcement by Kinder Morgan that all unessential work on the TransMountain pipeline will cease; the terrible messaging on the expulsion of Russian diplomats from Canada; and finally, FBI raids and fires south of the border. Also very excited to announce that Indigenous Services Minister, Jane Philpott, will be a guest on the pod in the coming weeks.
We talk Russian interference in Canada's 2015 federal election, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna's interview with Evan Solomon, and Trump's Easter Egg Roll. Plus, an interview with Oceana Canada Executive Director Josh Laughren about protecting our oceans and coastlines!
We talk: the 21-hour Conservative filibuster in the House of Commons; the March for Our Lives; and, the President & the Pornstar: Stormy Daniels' interview on 60 Minutes! PLUS, an interview with Yale Psychiatrist Dr. Bandy X. Lee on the state of Trump's mental health.
Polling woes of the federal Liberal government; NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s flirtation with – and rejection of? – Indian separatism; and, Trump’s great space endeavor . Plus, Part 2 of the interview on the MeToo movement in Canada with Amy Kishek and Tiffany Gooch.
Trudeau’s “vitriolic” attack at national caucus, Trump’s racial slurs & media bashing, Rexit and Doug Ford winning the Ontario PC leadership race. PLUS, Part 1 of an interview with MeToo activists Amy Kishek & Tiffany Gooch!
We're talking Trump's steel tariffs & Trudeau's poll drop post-India -- PLUS, we launch a new segment called "They Said What?!" where we discuss Doug Ford's abortion musings and ex-Trump advisor, Sam Nunberg's, media meltdown. AND, an interview with LPC MP Nate Erskine-Smith about drug decriminalization!
Cameron, Lee-Anne and Mike talk the Colten Boushie trial, wine & whining between Alberta & BC, and President Rancid Velveeta. Also, a feature interview with Dr. Hakique Virani on Canada's opioid crisis.