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Podcasts from Spectator writers
They’re fighting for our rights and against the selfish upper-class Covid tyrants
By Meghan Murphy
Its government slaps on quarantines and snatches rights while its people nod along
This country is run by cowards and imbeciles
If the Canadian government doesn’t like the content you’re producing, they want to ensure you can’t make a living off it
When we think of our rights and freedoms as rewards for good behavior, we lose
We have become too polite for our own good
If you claim to be an ally to women, try to understand those who don’t share your views
We must stand up for women who dare to tell the truth
The bat fried rice hits the fan
We have a reputation for being exceedingly dull. That has its upsides
Spending weeks or months lazy and directionless is going to hurt, not help you
They’d rather party on spring break than save grandma
The internet has an addiction to hate — and it’s killing us all
The creeps won’t win
It is not a human right to be judged on your ability to pull off a bedazzled evening gown
Why I’m not proud to be a Canadian
Canada creeps towards totalitarianism
Canada should be proud of the truckers’ convoy
You’re not ‘demisexual’…you’re a normal human being
The end of Canadian liberty
Why is Jessica Yaniv still on Twitter and not in jail?
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