Adler-Kinsella Show: on Daisy, our tenth anniversary, Trump and the future of the CPC

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Black us out

Apropos of nothing, this was our wedding song. That’s how we roll, man. ... Read More

Donald Trump and CNN, always carefully tracking social media responses!

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Donald Trump is the GOP nominee

As Kory T. and me predicted, months and months ago. My wife lost the bet and owes us a fancy dinner. Here’s another prediction: he isn’t going to win the presidency. Not even close. And SFH can tell you why! ... Read More

70% accuracy in face recognition app – so what happens to the 30% who might be falsely recognized as criminals ….

when this deviously evil app is bought into play by the law enforcement bodies of our world gone mad?  I looked in my crystal bowl and I can see this “thing” being used at airports, stadiums, theatres or whereever people... Read More

Finally, somebody else mentions the Moscow Apartment Bombings that launched Putin into power

One of the most dismal trends to emerge from conservatism in the past several years is the rise of the Putin-lover. I find these people hard to take. These purported conservatives hold up a former KGB thug who morphed into... Read More

Cartoons on the Most Watched Election Circus of All Time

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Caliph Erdogan: "No visa-free for my Turks? Okay then – more refugees for you!"

Blatant and extreme blackmail committed right in front of the eyes of the entire world but as long as this particular piece of shit comes up smelling like roses to the powers-that-be, the warmongers and scum extraordinaire, everything is okey-dokey.... Read More

As the MSM is deaf and blind, the cries of Yemenis are only heard on Twitter

This is the most under-reported war of total and utter misery wrought on innocent Yeminis and the reason it is hardly spoken about, leave alone any “jounalist” writing about it, is BECAUSE the USA and UK are both making tonnes... Read More

From next week’s top ten column about the Tories

Eight more points to come! 1. Don’t freak out. You won just about 100 seats despite the Trudeau sweep. You still fundraise better than the governing party. You didn’t lose any of your share of the popular vote – the... Read More

Stephen Harper resigns: a highly-scientific™ poll

@stephenharper is resigning. #cdnpoli — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) May 25, 2016 ... Read More

Don’t piss off a Newfoundlander, plus Premiers and popularity (updated)

…that’s the message I take from this little ARG snapshot about Premiers and their popularity. I mean, Newfoundland’s Dwight Bell was elected Premier right around the same time Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister – and the latter still enjoys record levels... Read More

Does piss off a Newfoundlander, plus Premiers and popularity

…that’s the message I take from this little ARG snapshot about Premiers and their popularity. I mean, Newfoundland’s Dwight Bell was elected Premier right around the same time Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister – and the latter still enjoys record levels... Read More

Nobody manhandles my pal Gordie

Here I am, touching THE MOST FAMOUS ARM IN CANADIAN POLITICS.  ... Read More

Why the Raps have tied the Cavs

Defying all those predictions of a sweep. This guy, right here: ... Read More

Tragic

The news about the Tragically Hip’s Gord Downie will affect many people, today. It will likely see them thinking about the connections between their lives and the songs that the band performed over thirty-odd years.  (Like the performance above, their historic... Read More

In this week’s Hill Times: sorry, it was a stupid thing to do

On the night in question, I was at an event in Toronto honouring Senator Murray Sinclair. As it was getting underway, I received a text message from one of the Members of Parliament who had been at the very centre... Read More

In this week’s Hill Times: it was a stupid thing to do

On the night in question, I was at an event in Toronto honouring Senator Murray Sinclair. As it was getting underway, I received a text message from one of the Members of Parliament who had been at the very centre... Read More

Update on Bill C-279: Fighting for the Rights of Transgender People

Very sadly, Bill C 279 died on the Senate’s Order Paper when Parliament ended for the upcoming election. This bill would have included gender identity in the Human Rights Code and the Criminal Code, recognized the equal rights of transgender... Read More

Update on Bill C-51: observations and amendments

On Tuesday, May 26, the Senate Defence committee moved to clause-by-clause analysis of Bill C-51, Anti-terrorism Act, 2015. ... Read More