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Episode 14: Real Talk with Marcus & Trey (Biden Victory Edition)

In this episode, I talk with my cohorts on the Charity Stripe Commentary and Out of Boundz Podcasts (from Sideline Coverage), Marcus & Trey.  We talk about the 2020 Presidential Election results as it was announced that Biden won.  We also talk about: the last 4 years, the last week, problems within the voting process, […]

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Episode 13: Voting and Election Reform with NFL Week 8 Recap and Week 9 Picks

In this episode, I discuss how we should be looking at our Electoral processes and the potential for Voting Reform.  Then I talk about the NFL’s Week 8 and make my Week 9 picks. We can get through this and the only way to get through this is together… Referenced in this episode: Malcolm Gladwell’s […]

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Episode 12: Sam Oosterhoff doesn’t believe in COVID-19, Raptors 2021 Home, NFL Week 7 Recap & Week 8 Picks

In this episode, I discuss the Sam Oosterhoff family gathering (potentially a super-spreader event), where the Toronto Raptors should play their next season, highlight some things about the NFL’s Week 7 and make my Week 8 picks.  I end off with some thoughts on how we need to provide a voice to the voiceless.  We […]

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Canadian Politics Podcast Racial Injustice & Inequality

Episode 10: Mi’kmaq Treaty Rights, NFL Week 7 Picks, My Lighter Side?

IT’S MY 10TH EPISODE!  The White History Month segment has to do with the Mi’kmaq Treaty Rights Dispute happening in Nova Scotia.  Then I go over the Week 7 slate of NFL games before imploring everyone that has the right to vote, and has an opportunity right now to vote, to get out and vote.  […]

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Episode 9: Get the COVID Alert App, Florida’s dumb, NFL Recap & Preview and #NationalIndigenousPeoplesDay

In this episode: I talk about why you should get the COVID Alert App; how Ron DeSantis’ decisions are dumb and so is Florida football; a recap of Week 5 in the NFL as a preview of Week 6; plus, why Canada should change Thanksgiving to National Indigenous Peoples Day.  Let’s be intellectuals! You can […]

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Episode 6: NBA Finals, White History Month, NFL Week 4 & NCAA Targeting Punishments

In this episode, I give my thoughts on the NBA Finals Game 3 as well as LeBron’s pursuit of the all-time playoff assist leader.  Then I delve into my first segments of White History Month for October 2020 (Russell Township incidence and Orange Shirt Day/Canada’s Residential Schools) with a game of White Privilege “I Have Never…”.  […]

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Episode 5: Stupidity of #SinghSellout, Week 4 NFL Picks & NBA Finals Thoughts

In this episode, I talk about the stupidity of #SinghSellout trending as Singh is just looking out for those being left behind by the dissolution of the CERB.  Then I discuss my feelings about Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills 2020 season before giving my Week 4 NFL picks followed by some NBA Finals thoughts. […]

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Episode 1: The Inaugural Episode

In this episode, I will introduce myself as well as discuss a few items.  The first item is the Texans-Chiefs Thursday Night Game.  Then some quick-hitters about Monday Night Football removing Hank Williams Jr. and some thoughts on Justin Trudeau and the potential for the Conservatives to call an election. You can listen below: Additionally, […]

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Why does Trudeau keep making the same mistakes?

Justin Trudeau keeps making the same mistakes… As I’ve previously written, Justin Trudeau’s handling of the Julie Payette situation is emblematic of his tenure as Canada’s Prime Minister. Now, we finally have heard from Trudeau in regard to this Independent Investigation of the workplace at Rideau Hall and… “We have put in place a process […]

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The Julie Payette Saga is Emblematic of the Trudeau Administration…

The current Julie Payette saga is emblematic of the Justin Trudeau PM experience for any Canadian that has been paying attention. In 2017, Trudeau recommended Payette as the choice for the next Governor General of Canada.  For a frame of reference, Stephen Harper (the PM before Trudeau) had actually used a non-partisan selection committee for […]