Nobody wants to call out an Indigenous woman in 2019. Just the idea of doing so is wrought with booby traps and a sense of pointlessness. But really, what she is doing is indefensible, unless you admit to wanting to coddle her, which is prejudicial and condescending.
Keeping a family together and happy can be challenging. Sometimes it can feel like bliss, and other times it can seem as rocky as that driveway that leads to our family pond.
Here is BlackBall founder and publisher James Di Fiore speaking with CJME/CKON radio host John Gormley about the legal action taken against political operative Warren Kinsella by Maxime Bernier.
Bernier might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but he should have been judged on his policies, not his carefully crafted image by a fearful legacy party, and the desperate, sad has-been they hired to destroy him.
In modern politics, nuance is often seen as weakness; an inability to hone and polish the courage of your convictions. But for many of us, the opposite is true.
These performers remind us of something paramount; comedians don’t provide the example of what they can get away with saying, they provide us with the blueprint of what everyone can say.