#145 News From The Upside Down
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#145 News From The Upside Down
The Globe and Mail expands into less, alt-right women are tired of the misogyny of alt-right men and a prominent Canadian liberal looks awfully silly on Fox News.
December 7, 2017
The Globe and Mail recently launched their re-designed newspaper much to the dismay of old people everywhere. Editor-in-Chief David Walmsley claims they’re “actually expanding” a print edition that has cut both content and distribution.
Alt-right women are upset that alt-right men are treating them badly. They’re tired of being harassed and facing backlash for not being married and having babies. If only there were a movement that could help them…
CP24’s Stephen LeDrew is suspended for his appearance on Fox News, in which he discusses LGBTQ2 issues in Canada and manages to upset absolutely everyone.
National Post’s Jen Gersen co-hosts.
Jen’s Twitter: @jengersen
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