May 26, 2022
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#783 Doug Ford Because We Hate Ourselves
A glowing opinion piece about Doug Ford has us wondering how he miraculously overturned his sinking approval ratings. And why Jesse can't report on the Online News Act anymore. Stephen Maher co-hosts. 
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A glowing opinion piece about Doug Ford has us wondering how he miraculously overturned his sinking approval ratings. And why Jesse can’t report on the Online News Act anymore. Stephen Maher co-hosts. 

Links:

  • Toronto Star Opinion piece re: Doug Ford
  • Globe and Mail piece re: Gas prices and Doug Ford
  • IndigiNews Open Letter
  • Globe and Mail Opinion piece re: RCMP

Sponsors: Oxio, Squarespace

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