Welcome to Rebel Roundup, ladies and gentlemen – and the rest of you – in which we look back at some of the very best commentaries of the week by your favourite Rebels. I’m your host, David Menzies.
- Attention Loblaws shoppers! There’s an appliance special on right now, in which 12 million of your tax dollars are enabling this multi-billion-dollar conglomerate to purchase new fridges and freezers!
Sheila Gunn Reid has all the stone-cold details.
- Quebec’s anti-burqa law, Bill 21, is being deemed “racist” and “Islamaphobic” by the usual suspects... even though it’s really all about separating mosque from state.
Rebel Commander Ezra Levant joins us to explain all.
- So, after that disastrous Me-Too themed Gillette ad campaign earlier this year, do you think parent company Procter & Gamble learned any advertising lessons? Well, judging by a Tweet for its Venus brand of female razors, the answer is a firm NO.
Ben Davies has the skinny on P&G’s latest virtue-signalling marketing flop.
- And finally letters. I’ll share some of your responses regarding Justin Trudeau’s $1,600-a-plate fundraiser in Toronto last week. Two things: apparently there are still Liberal supporters who adore this guy. Oh, and judging by his motorcade of SUVs that kept their V8 engines running for hours, it would seem that when it comes to reducing our carbon footprint, Justin subscribes to the mantra of do as I say, not as I do.