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8 days ago

Fake news reporter infiltrated White House press briefings to ask Jen Psaki real questions because 'real' journalists are 'doing a pretty bad job'

A fake news reporter managed to sneak into numerous White House press briefings. No, a literal a fake news reporter – not CNN or MSNBC.

Ian Miles Cheong
17 days ago

Three-year-old boy lost near Kingston, Ontario found after safe three day search

Three-year-old Jude Leyton, who had disappeared on Sunday from the South Frontenac area of eastern ON, was found on Wednesday by the OPP.

James Anthony
17 days ago

Canadian athlete takes on Chinese citizenship to compete for China in Olympics

Nina Shultz of Westminster BC has been known as a top Canadian athlete, but now, she will be known as a top Chinese athlete, and plans to compete in the Tokyo Olympics as such.

James Anthony
21 days ago

Psaki still refuses to commit to when reporters will be allowed in border facilities

Fox News's Chris Wallace had the opportunity to interview Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Sunday morning's "Fox News Sunday." Her responses and behavior were very predictable and in line with those of previous press conferences.

James Anthony
23 days ago

'The color of our skin is an important part of who we are' says new Sesame Street video attacking racism

Sesame Street said that these new characters are part of their new "ABCs of Racial Literacy," under the banner Coming Together, and addresses Sesame Street's "ongoing commitment to racial justice."

James Anthony
a month ago

ESCALATION: Antifa activist's wife leaked medical records of Trump supporter battling cancer

The woman in question was fired after the politically-charged privacy violation came to light.

The Post Millennial
a month ago

CDC expected to release guidelines for vaccinated Americans

The light at the end of the tunnel for the pandemic era needs paperwork too.

The Post Millennial
2 months ago

'Massive criminal investigation' on the way against Trump: Liz Cheney

Rep. Liz Cheney, a Wyoming Republican, went on "Fox News Sunday" and mentioned on the program that there there is an investigation into ex-President Trump's alleged role in inciting a riot at the Capitol.

James Anthony
3 months ago

Mitch McConnell to oppose effort to block Electoral College certification

Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, is expected to break from tradition of always supporting the pro-Trump caucus and publicly rebuke members of the Senate.

James Anthony
4 months ago

Liberal MP Catherine McKenna and other Ottawa politicians denounce Ford's lockdown

Ottawa had been cruising on seven weeks of low COVID numbers, but that hasn't stopped Premier Doug Ford from imposing a 28-day lockdown on the city.

Elie Cantin-Nantel
5 months ago

Almost $200,000 worth of fines issued to church-goers, others violating lockdown orders in Manitoba

Officials for the Province of Manitoba have issued a grand total of $181,574 of lockdown fines in the past week, and there may be more coming.

James Anthony
5 months ago

Giuliani: Trump team will focus on state legislatures in addition to lawsuits

Rudy Giuliani has stated that the Trump legal team will focus on lobbying state legislatures in key states to get results, as well as lawsuits.

James Anthony
5 months ago

Premier Kenney urged to ignore 'fearmongering' doctors calling for more lockdown measures

The JCCF said in the press release these lockdown measures violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms by restricting people’s ability to move, travel, associate, assemble, and worship.

Jonathan Bradley
5 months ago

UN report calls Alberta oil industry impact on Indigenous community 'disturbing' while ignoring its benefits

The oil industry has helped Indigenous-owned companies secure more than $5 billion worth of contracts from oil sands companies in the Wood Buffalo Region.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
5 months ago

Alberta NDP wants Canada put on list of genocidal nations for Genocide Remembrance Month

Feehan suggests that while Canada is not directly responsible for the the “genocide” of murdered indigenous women, the nation’s indifference to enforcement is enough for the label.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
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