I said yesterday that I got angrier about the events in Ottawa as the day went on. My anger continued today. As I told Alan Jones on 2GB in Sydney, apropos Muslim "reverts" who want to engage in what the Premier of Quebec calls "spontaneous acts of extremism", I'm tired of being told that we have to change to accommodate them. They are the ones who have to change, or have change forced upon them. And, rather than confiscating passports and preventing these guys from leaving to fight for ISIS, I think we should wait till they get there to cancel their passports: If they prefer to be citizens of Headhackistan, so be it. But, if they attempt to return to Canada (or America, Britain, Australia, Europe), they should be charged with treason.
Here's my full interview with Alan Jones. I look forward to seeing Alan in studio when I'm Down Under in a couple of months.
~I spent much of Thursday on TV and radio. Here's a sampling of my other interviews for your listening pleasure:
Mornings On The Mall (from WMAL in Washington, DC);
Riley & Scot (from WROK in Rockford, Illinois);
Glenn Beck (with bonus Ramahanakwanzmas content);
John Gibson (Fox News Radio);
and Mike Gallagher.
And here I am on the Sun News network with Canada's great free-speech warrior Ezra Levant:
~On Friday morning, I'll be starting the day with Big John & Amy in Chicago at 8am Central. They'll be joining me, Sean Hannity, Dana Loesch, Bobby Jindal and more at the Freedom Summit this weekend.
Later on Friday, I'll check in with Mark Davis in Dallas, Armstrong & Getty up and down the California coast, Tommy Schnurmacher in Montreal, Stuart Varney on Fox Business, John Gambling in New York, and Buck Sexton at The Blaze. At 7.45pm London time, I'll be shooting the breeze with Adam Boulton at Sky News in the United Kingdom, and we'll round things out back in the US with Tom Sullivan on Fox Radio at 5.30pm Eastern/2.30pm Pacific.
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