May 4, 2017
SHARE
Short Cuts
#117 Blatch Got Served
Is the media complicit in popping Harjit Sajjan's balloon?
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Russell Gragg
Producer

Is the media complicit in popping Harjit Sajjan’s balloon?

Also, National Post columnist Christie Blatchford and her parent company, Postmedia are facing a substantial libel suit.

Finally, in the art world, what constitutes cultural appropriation and what’s merely blatant plagiarism?

National Magazine Award multiple nominee and May’s CANADALAND guest host Omar Mouallem joins us.

More from this series
Did we just dodge WW3?
April 18, 2024
A spectre is haunting Canada — the spectre of Communist China.
April 11, 2024
As Canadians prepare for a rare celestial event–a total solar eclipse–Jesse has one message: don’t look up!
April 4, 2024
Why are New Zealand libertarian think-tanks so into Canada’s Indigenous skyscrapers?
March 28, 2024
As Elon Musk rails against content moderation in a disastrous interview with Don Lemon, Jesse and Ivor Shapiro reconsider Canada’s new approach to online speech. 
March 21, 2024
The laughter has stopped at the Just For Laughs festival, as ownership applies for creditor protection and cancels the Montreal and Toronto 2024 festivals.
March 14, 2024
As the obituaries and puff pieces roll in, the Canadian media seems to have forgotten that Brian Mulroney was - in fact - divisive. Correcting the record on “Conservative Titan” Brian Mulroney. 
March 7, 2024
Vice Media was once valued at 5.7 billion dollars - This week it closed its doors.
February 29, 2024
all podcasts arrow All Podcasts
Short Cuts