On March 11, 2022 at 4:56 pm, Elisa Angel wrote:
That the Canadian Emergency Act was so easily invoked against illegal parking, truckers, and their supporters in what appears to be a violation of Candian Constitution law, are the Conservatives or is anyone taking steps to put the kibosh on aspects of it to prevent future misuse of the Act and abuse of Canadians?
On March 11, 2022 at 4:57 pm, Sharon wrote:
Could you please update us on the status of the truckers in Canada? What is happening with Tamara Lich and the others who were jailed? Is there any talk of when the restrictions on the truckers will be lifted?
On March 11, 2022 at 4:57 pm, Elisa Angel wrote:
Andrew, Fill us in on the COVID internment camps in Canada. I haven't heard much about them lately. From what I read the camps are hotels that the detainees must pay for, but could you tell us more?
Hope you're feeling better since the tear gassing in Ottawa.
On March 11, 2022 at 4:59 pm, Eileen Robertson wrote:
Hey Andrew, how are things in Ontario now? Does Doug Ford stand a chance of getting re-elected? What are the alternatives?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:00 pm, Richard Malaby wrote:
Afternoon Andrew - thank you for guest hosting! Now, I did not watch the Olympics this year, but other than winning a men's bronze medal, what happened to the Canadian curlers? It seems like the sport is gaining popularity in other countries similar to what happened with USA men's basketball, so the rest of the world is starting to catch up, but do you think there is a mental hurdle there? It seemed like only yesterday all the commentators were saying it was more difficult to win the Briar or Roar of the Rings than an Olympic gold. My how things change!
On March 11, 2022 at 5:01 pm, Miguel Maron wrote:
Andrew, is anyone in Europe, Russia or Ukraine taking Canada seriously? Justin flew in for some great photo ops and have some nice socks on, but does anyone actually care?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:03 pm, David Hagen wrote:
Mark do you have any comments on Ontario about to enact Bill 67 (already thru 2nd reading) which enshrines CRT within Ontario Schools with a supposedly Conservative government in charge. I knew Doug Ford was a mindless buffoon but you would think there would be some conservative MLA's with 1/2 of a brain.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:07 pm, AlyM wrote:
Hello Andrew, what are the benefits of a WWIII, other than the obvious monetary gain for the Military Industrial Complex and the usual war profiteers? Would the globalist elites (the WEF crowd) see it as a means to an end for instituting their vision of a New World Order/Great Reset? Thanks for filling in for Mark!
On March 11, 2022 at 5:09 pm, Mark Wallbrown wrote:
Hi Mark. Noticed a judge has proclaimed the name Jussie is synonymous with the word liar. So now we can Call her Jussie Psaki. Sounds better than gasoline head.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:12 pm, Drew Weber wrote:
After 2+ years of COVID, the Steyn Cruises seem distant memories. Related to a topic I've previously mentioned to Mark, a former UN official just remarked that the US should pause its population growth to deal with the so-called "climate emergency". Of course, the 100 million people to be added over the coming decades will derive almost exclusively from immigration. Maybe the Left will be prompted to explain how they square their zeal to reduce our carbon footprint with their demands to bring in constant streams of immigrants. I doubt it. In the meantime, the Chamber of Commerce is calling for more immigration to fill 11 million job openings. A temporary ploy that just kicks the can down the road. Avoids addressing the root causes including education systems from K through grad school that are failing to prepare too many of our own for productive lives in blue or white collar jobs. Couple that with the jobs that "Americans getting checks from the government" won't do. Not sure if the same in Canada. Your thoughts?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:14 pm, Frank Gallenstein wrote:
I don't get it. Biden doesn't want to provoke Putin with Fighter MIGs from Poland when we're already providing the Ukrainians with Javelins because Putin is crazy and it will start WW3. Well if he's crazy, he's not going to stop in the Ukraine and we're just postponing the inevitable. I don't think he's crazy and I think he will back off if we give Ukraine what it wants. Trump would have.
What say ye?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:16 pm, AJ wrote:
What do you make of the Israeli Prime Minister attempting to broker peace between Ukraine and Russia, or at least a cease fire? Seems so odd to me.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:18 pm, Brian from Minneapolis wrote:
There is no way the EU or NATO didn't know about the existence of the biolabs in Ukraine. In my mind they are as guilty as the US is for even allowing them to remain in business. Not for one moment they ever thought that such labs would ever pose a threat to their nations in the event of a lab leak let alone as a target for Russia. Pfizer documents released with the revelation of biolabs in Ukraine makes Fauci's disappearance all the more telling. Do you believe this incompetence of leaving dangerous biological materials behind like the weapons we did in Afghanistan stems from the belief that we can take down Russia without firing a shot like the last time? I cringe knowing that while bombs are being dropped and Ukrainians are dying that our leaders have their minds on what really matters: Climate Change.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:20 pm, Scot A wrote:
Besides Mark's outstanding programs I listen to Victor Davis Hanson's podcasts. VDH has brought an interesting issue in regards to the Russian Ukraine war, "Where are the war correspondents?" During the invasion of Iraq I think every unit had their own war correspondent. There is so much propaganda, sorry misinformation, coming out from every side but there does not seem to be many reports from correspondents on the ground in Ukraine. Is this a result of corporate media and the Tik Tok generation? Why be on the ground in danger when you can just report from your basement with complete moral certitude?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:22 pm, Joseph Dornisch wrote:
So you have said before that you think about starting a pre covid political movement or party - like Farage's Brexit party. I'd like to suggest that since we lost the war on terror anyway, we might as well act like it didn't happen and restore our freedom of movement and eliminate all the governments spying on their people (like the Patriot Act) and have a 9/10 party - or maybe let's just go back to the beginning of the 20th century and eliminate the federal income tax, direct election of senators, and restore a sound monetary system - yeah - I could be for a pre-tyranny party. What say you - how far do we need to roll the clock back?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:25 pm, Eric Dale wrote:
I have a radical solution for us the US: we dissolve the federal government for 30 years. It's clear to me that no one, and I mean, no one knows what they're doing up there. So we fire them. We fire every federal employee from the President of the United States down to the janitorial staff in the capitol. Let's just be fifty individual states for while. When the generation of failure that makes up our political class is gone, we can elect a congress and president and more or less reboot this thing at square one. Your thoughts?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:28 pm, Midwestern Tim wrote:
Corrupt elections. Money laundering politicians. Secret bio labs. Fake news. Department of Injustice. Federal Bureau of Instigation. Record inflation. Afghanistan disaster. Covid tyranny...is the USA now the bad guy on Earth? If so what year did the tide change for the worse?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:29 pm, Fran Lavery wrote:
Hi Andrew! Good to see you survived the pepper spray attacks.
Are all the Provinces in Canada open now to foreigners to visit without fear of being asked for a proof of vaccine?And are the mask mandates over throughout Canada? I'm going a little stir crazy here in the states. People are still wearing masks while out riding bikes in the open fresh air. Even though the mandates have lifted. It's like a third the population has been altered mentally.
Do you have plans to make any more documentaries in the near future?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:32 pm, Brian from Minneapolis wrote:
The revelations regarding Pfizer and the existence of biolabs in Ukraine that were funded by the same group who funded the research in Wuhan, explains why we haven't seen Fauci in quite awhile. It's hard for me to believe that the existence of US funded biolabs in were a mystery to the EU or even to NATO. I heard the EU took part in campaign to denounce the revelation as Russian misinformation. Mistrust in our government and media have caused many of us to turn to other sources and sadly, many conservatives are now listening to Russian propaganda and believing it because the distrust is soo high. Any thoughts on not only the coverup from our western leaders but the thought people have that Putin is a Christian and Ukraine is getting what they deserve for dealing with Biden?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:35 pm, Chris from Michigan wrote:
Given the misinformation we have been fed for decades from the media on issues like the Russia hoax, Covid origins, public health pronouncements, climate, energy policy, squeaky clean elections, etc., one might conclude that the movie Men in Black was right concerning tabloids such as the National Enquirer being the best investigative outlets on the planet. In fact, if you haven't been a "crazed conspiracy theorist" in recent times, you've totally let reality pass you by. The Babylon Bee has a better track record than the New York Times, and they're not even trying to get things right. Is there any way for the mainstream media to develop some brains and guts to start getting at least some things right? Or do we need to do what Corporal Hicks recommends in Aliens: nuke the site from orbit, it's the only way to be sure.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:37 pm, Eric Dale wrote:
Andrew, it's about time you hosted the Q&A!
What are your thoughts on the Ukrainian biolabs? Indeed, what is the deal with my (American) government pursuing dangerous pathogen research and then outsourcing that labor to presumably the lowest bidder in dangerous, unstable, or hostile countries? There isn't a a place in Ukraine that isn't a day trip from a hostile nuclear Russia, and Wuhan is sovereign Chinese territory. How can our betters be so bereft of common sense?
Or could it be something worse? Rahm Emmanuel notoriously said "never let a serious crises go to waste." What if our leaders are stoking crises so they can take advantage of it?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:40 pm, Brian from Minneapolis wrote:
Word is that Putin miscalculated by invading Ukraine. If that is true and the war isn't going the way he thought, what are the chances that Ukraine or parts of it are all he's going to get and no more?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:42 pm, Philip Paustian wrote:
Review the Minsk accords, 2014, 2015. Ukraine and the West after agreeing to these did not carry out the elections they mandated. The intriguing bio labs in Ukraine courtesy of the Pentagon also give Putin a reason to invade. Had the Minsk accords been honored it seems unlikely this violence would be unfolding.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:44 pm, Melissa A wrote:
Hi Andrew - How did you get mixed up with Mark? Do all Canadians know each other?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:45 pm, JON FACCI wrote:
Great job filling in for Mark today. Have you heard or seen the new spin that the Left in the U.S. is floating out there that Biden is not an incompetent demented liar, but merely a stuttered who struggles to substitute words that he cannot properly pronounce due to his speech impediment? Any criticism of Biden is ABLIST! They found an -ist for the 80,000,000 Biden voters suffering from buyers remorse. Wink. Wink. Nudge. Nudge.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:48 pm, JON FACCI wrote:
The world needs more Golden and Steyn. We need more laughs and more quality entertainment. Consider a semi-live variety show doing what you do. Commentary, Literature, Music of all eras and genres. If the ship is going down, let's go down in style! Love everything you do. Your optimism is in your unapologetic adherence to excellence! Peace.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:52 pm, terry rosen wrote:
hi andrew has there been any known evidence of changes in policies at the un security council in the big 5 especially due to the positioning of russia and china as allies
On March 11, 2022 at 5:54 pm, Robert Stewart wrote:
Mark, thank you for your GBNews coverage of the bio-warfare labs sponsored by the US in the Ukraine. I've become a regular listener in the evening, PDT. The management of the "narrative" is becoming increasingly transparent. It's remarkable that anyone believes anything the government says given what has passed in the last 4 years. I just learned that DuckDuckGo has been absorbed by the Borg. Their algorithm will henceforth include a "fact check" in determining the position of a website on its list of hits. I'm not sure what Trump is creating, other than Devon Nunes is now its CEO, but wouldn't it be more effective to have a reliable search engine funded by conservative donations? The technology is fairly straight forward, if all you want to do is crawl endlessly around the web accumulating keywords. It's monetizing the knowledge that is tricky and prone to abuse. The old file card system at the library is what I'd like. No filtering needed, thank you.
On March 11, 2022 at 5:57 pm, Walt Trimmer wrote:
The Senate and the Congress have passed a bill for $14 Billion in humanitarian and military aid for Ukraine in less than a week. This single action exceeds all the money appropriated to build the wall on the Mexican border from 2016 to 2020. Will this be covered in your upcoming tome After America II: The Final Chapter?
On March 11, 2022 at 5:58 pm, Kate Smyth wrote:
Mark, following several comments critical of your reading of "the narrative" as the conflict unfolds, I heard Donald Trump's take (on Hannity): he emphasised America's nuclear capability - as a deterrent - as part of a robust StandWithUkraine position.
Do you think Trump's popularity - and reelection prospects - will take a hit, given that many American conservatives don't seem to support his foreign policy view in this instance?
On March 11, 2022 at 6:00 pm, theodore kumlander wrote:
a bit off topic, but I am always looking for good books to read. Especially books written before television. I find the Tales for our time books to be excellent reading and Mr Steyns audio version really bring the story alive.
On March 11, 2022 at 6:03 pm, Citizen Thom wrote:
I think the off shoring if research is simply a way for unethical researchers to duck US ethical standards. Just as they use illegal aliens as a way to duck US work standards.