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December 7th, 2018 | 41 mins 17 secs
amanda, david, ezra, gunn, head, levant, menzies, politics, rebel, reid, roundup, sheila
Every Friday evening on Rebel Roundup, we get together with other Rebel contributors to review the week's headlines. This week, Host David Menzies is joined by Ezra Levant, Amanda Head and Sheila Gunn Reid.
December 7th, 2018 | 46 mins 53 secs
carbon tax, doug ford, energy, green
And more good news — a whole fleet of regulations are being repealed. TONIGHT I'll review this newly passed act, and show you why it's great for Ontario companies and ordinary taxpayers. GUEST Paige MacPherson
Trudeau tells Media Party what to say about UN migration pact — and they say it (while bashing The Rebel)
December 6th, 2018 | 42 mins 1 sec
climate, conference, trudeau, un
Unlikes the Globe, the Post, and Justin Trudeau, we actually read the deal — and we’re with the 80 per cent of Canadians who are sick of Trudeau’s immigration policies... GUEST Marc Morano
Notley, Trudeau bring homegrown recession to Alberta. Will momentum for political change last to 2019? (Guest: Robbie Picard)
December 5th, 2018 | 35 mins 12 secs
alberta, notley, pipelines, politics, trudeau
Joining Sheila tonight is Robbie Picard of Oil Sands Strong to discuss the Prime Minister’s insult to Canadian men in front of the international press, Rachel Notley’s cap on oil production and what the future holds for Alberta’s oil and gas workforce.
December 5th, 2018 | 37 mins 43 secs
conference, global warming, mckenna
Tonight I'll show you some of the official Canadian delegation going along with Catherine McKenna. There's a chief negotiator, a deputy chief negotiator, a negotiations manager, and just plain old "negotiators" who specialize in stuff like "Climate Finance" and "Indigenous Engagement." The total number of negotiators is 16. That's more than we had for NAFTA. GUEST Andrew Lawton
December 4th, 2018 | 50 mins 42 secs
apple, censorship, silicon valley
Tonight I'll take you through a speech given by Tim Cook yesterday, at an "anti-hate" rally in New York City. GUEST: Jack Buckby
December 3rd, 2018 | 38 mins 19 secs
alberta, canada, oil, spending, trudeau
That’s Canada in 2018 — leftists nationalizing the oil patch; conservatives refusing to fight them; and a man-child prime minister jet-setting around the world, throwing millions of dollars at celebrities. 2019 isn’t going to be any better...
November 30th, 2018 | 41 mins 53 secs
news, politics, rebel, roundup
Every Friday evening on Rebel Roundup, we get together with other Rebel contributors to review the week's headlines. This week, Host David Menzies is joined by Ezra Levant, Kurt Schlichter and Ben Davies.
November 30th, 2018 | 35 mins 43 secs
bias, canada, media, united states
Do journalists care about getting the facts right? The journalists rated themselves 4.8 out of 5. But the general public? They give journalists just 2.9 out of five stars. GUEST Anthony Furey
How Calgary dodged the Olympic bullet and what’s on the horizon for taxpayers? (Guest: William McBeath)
November 28th, 2018 | 29 mins 52 secs
calgary, nenshi, olympics, taxpayers
Joining Sheila tonight to discuss how Calgary dodged the Olympic bullet, and what's on the horizon for Calgary taxpayers suffering through the worst economic recession in a generation, is taxpayer advocate, William McBeath, from municipal accountability group, Save Calgary.
November 28th, 2018 | 34 mins 17 secs
canada, cuba, trudeau, un
This wasn’t staying neutral in the face of evil — which is execrable, which surely we have learned from in history. No; this was positively siding with evil.
It's sad that GM's factory in Oshawa is closing — but why did their union work to block Alberta pipelines?
November 27th, 2018 | 38 mins 9 secs
canada, cars, jobs, trudeau
It’s a sign of how broken Canada is, that not just union bosses, but the media, and the courts, and political leaders, and “civil society” including charities, take it for granted that it’s OK to attack oil and gas jobs, and to campaign and sue and protest them into submission. But God forbid a car company wants to move away from Trudeau’s uncompetitive tax regime — well, it’s a national crisis, and Trudeau had better come with a bail-out... GUEST: "Green Swastika" author William Kay
November 26th, 2018 | 41 mins 21 secs
canada, gm, jobs, trudeau
GM isn't the only company in the news. And do you think that’s going to get better or worse when Justin Trudeau’s national carbon tax kicks in fully? GUEST Manny Montenegrino
November 23rd, 2018 | 41 mins 12 secs
david, ezra, levant, media, menzies, politics, rebel
Every Friday evening on Rebel Roundup, we get together with other Rebel contributors to review the week's headlines. This week, Host David Menzies is joined by Sheila Gunn Reid, Ezra Levant and Ben Davies.
“I’ve never seen anything like it”: Justin Trudeau goes to Calgary — and meets 2,000 angry protesters
November 23rd, 2018 | 45 mins 14 secs
alberta, canada, oil, trudeau
TONIGHT I'll show you the Media Party's reaction to that one sweatshirt, from reporters at the National Post and the Globe and Mail.
So the real news is that 2,000 Calgarians had a peaceful but noisy protest against unemployment being foisted upon them. And the media reports were that Nenshi and Trudeau hugged it out, and that someone wearing a novelty shirt wanted to kill Trudeau obviously and he’s really, really scary!
November 22nd, 2018 | 47 mins 36 secs
canada, media, trudeau
This is bad news for us in some ways — we’re going to be attacked even worse than before. And for you, as a viewer, and for your fellow citizens, isn’t it proof that The Rebel is needed more than ever?