Weekly content – Movember and refugees and more

I’m not big into “Movember.” Here’s why.

And here’s a column I wrote about Prime Minister Trudeau’s ambitious Syrian refugee plan, which I call a “reckless fantasy.”

I have also written a new entry for my “First and Last” series, this one is about Will & Grace.

I also made an appearance on a CTV political chat panel this week (as I do every week), but this one seems to have really been well received by a lot of people for some reason. You can see it here.

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This week’s updates

A new video about the swearing-in ceremony of our 28th prime minister.

And I wrote a controversial article about said ceremony as well, “So help me God” is helpful, for Loonie Politics.

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First and Last: condensed summaries of TV shows

Here’s something new. Every morning I am watching the first and last episodes of a television series I have never seen before. I am then summarizing the entire show based on what I have seen.

Here are the episodes I have done so far. Check back for updates!

Full House

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Gilmore Girls

Breaking Bad

Dawson’s Creek

Will and Grace

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Canada needs two parties

I didn’t do much this week, but I did write a column.

Why a Harper victory would give Canada the two-party system it needs.

See you after the election!

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Meeting the PM, a new toon, and more.

After drawing cartoons and writing articles about the man for nearly a decade, I finally got to meet Prime Minister Harper this week. Here’s a video about it:

And here’s an article I wrote about political correctness on the Canadian campaign trail: Canada’s left-wing parties ride political correctness to the brink.

AND, I was commissioned the other day to draw a cartoon for the Alberta branch of the Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation. Weirdly enough, the three biggest governments in Alberta — the provincial government, the Calgary municipal government, and the Edmonton municipal government, are all controlled by left-of-center politicians at the moment, and the CTF people asked me if I could do a drawing of the premiers and the mayors chowing down. It’s Canadian Thanksgiving this week, you see. Anyway, check it out here.

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Weekly content pile

New video, about the times real-life politicians have appeared in video games.

And two new columns, including my first-ever for an American publication!

No, the GOP should not mimic the Canadian right, The Federalist

and

The Left needs to realize they can’t elect “not Harper” prime minister, Loonie Politics.

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A batch of content

Okay what have I made lately…

I made a video summing up headlines from around the Anglosphere:

And I made a guest video for my friend Eric’s channel about Pokemon and Japanese culture:

And I wrote two articles about Canadian politics:

The Dumbest election controversy so far

and

Even with a minority, Prime Minister Mulcair would trigger an abrupt shift for Canada

See you next week!

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