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Peter Menzies: Government surrenders to Google
Brian Henry: When the NDP sounds like the Ayatollah
Jen Gerson: How paltry the return
Dispatch from the Front Line: Vive les rues libres de Montreal!
The Line Podcast: All Politicians Are Killing Journalism
Andrew Potter: If the ROC can't bother, why should Quebec?
Laurent Carbonneau: Canada has economic problems. AI can help
Dispatch from the Front Line: Are ordinary Jewish people fair targets for Palestinian resistance, or not?
The Line Podcast: We really wish we were still talking about the carbon tax
Kristin Raworth and Ariella Kimmel: Believing almost all women
Nick Kadysh: Progressives, there are extremists in your midst
Andrew Tumilty: How long can Ford's luck hold?
Harrison Ruess: People tried to 'contextualize' things in the 1930s, too
Dispatch from The Front Line: Time for some thoughts and prayers, then, eh?
The Line Podcast: Joly wants to ‘convene’ Hamas while Montreal Jewish sites get torched and shot
Andrew Potter: The real end of the 20th century
Ken Boessenkool: The carbon tax is dead. Long live the carbon tax
Matt Gurney: What I watched Hamas do
Matt Gurney: In desperate search for some consistent standards
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Trudeau's gonna steer the Liberal car right into a snowy ditch
The Line Podcast: The Three Curses of Justin Trudeau: Carbon Tax, Costumes, and Carney
Harrison Ruess: Did the Liberals actually think this carbon tax thing through?
Flipping the Line: Not all Academics!
Andrew Potter: Matthew Perry was at the centre of the Gen X scene
Vincent Rigby: Where is Canada's strategy for a world in crisis?
Dispatch from The Front Lines: Trudeau, having wrecked the carbon tax, will now kick women out of cabinet
The Line Podcast: Justin Trudeau’s catastrophic carbon tax comeuppance
Peter Menzies: AI is coming. Is our government ready?
Update and apology from The Line
Ken Boessenkool: Poilievre doesn't want to just win. He wants to win big
Jen Gerson: This is a real mask-off moment for the left, eh?
Dispatch from the Front Lines: The eager pivot back to Israel hating
The Line Podcast: The Day Israel blew up a hospital in Gaza — but didn't.
Kaveh Shahrooz: Aid to Ukraine is not charity
Philippe Lagassé: Time to worry about our warships
Meaghie Champion: Stop using "decolonization" as a fig leaf for Hamas
Dispatch from the Front Line: Waiting for the bad things to start again
The Line Podcast: Canada's proggies can't help but love genocidal death cult Hamas
SCOOP: The government tried to spin us about Israel, and we have proof
Matt Gurney: This time, Twitter was real life
Dispatch from the Front Lines: This has been a terrible weekend. Enjoy your turkey.
The Line Podcast: The panicky late-stage Liberals are going to destroy the media
Rahim Mohamed: When big diasporas meet big data
Jen Gerson: Do not comply
Steve Lafleur: A reason to be optimistic on housing — no, really. I'm serious.
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Canada is so, so embarrassing sometimes
How to keep up with all that we're doing here at The Line and support our growth
The Line Podcast: Never go Full Nazi. Canada flips off its allies. And the NWC debate (again)
Andrew Tumilty: Two governments, two parties, one problem: bad issues management
John Michael McGrath: Why carve up the Greenbelt? Suburban nostalgia
Important Update from The Line
Andrew Potter: Canada's shame is Ukraine's disaster
Dispatch from the Front Line: An opulent massage for your brain
The Line Podcast: Trudeau vs. India. Alberta vs. the CPP. Ford flips on the greenbelt. “Parent rights” and/or “hate” marches in the streets
Matt Gurney: We are an extremely naive country and reality is going to punch us in the face
Aftab Ahmed: Our coming constitutional crisis
Flipping the Line: No, legislatures can’t be financially liable for passing legislation
Meet The Line: October 18 in Toronto!
Ken Boessenkool: A successful convention is a key step on the path to victory
Andrew MacDougall: Stoics, social media, and a lesson on how to be(come) insensitive
Dispatch from the Front Line: Kill supply management or FOAD
The only thing more screwed than Trudeau's government is the media
Andrew Tumilty: Trudeau can still win — no, really. Here's how
Tim Thurley: Read those polls carefully, Liberals. The fine print will disappoint you.
Nick Kadysh: Canada's new gilded age
Mitch Heimpel: It's time for the Trudeau conversation
Dispatch from the Front Line: The next well-meaning genocide takes shape
If the Liberals death spiral, how good does Poilievre need to be, anyway?
Matt Gurney: Facebook is fun again
Christine Van Geyn and Josh Dehaas: Governments should pay for passing unconstitutional legislation
Peter Menzies: Get ready to shut up
Dispatch from the Front Line: Reporter owns home, housing crisis ensues
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.58: Oh, joy, the trans culture war is here
Jen Gerson: I asked some questions about our disaster response plans. My insides hurt now
Response from Public Safety
Leonid Sirota: On political funding, we must pick from among bad options
Dispatch from the Front Line: More petty-ante beer-league bullshit
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.57: The Matt came back, and thinks we're dumb
Rahim Mohamed: Anita Anand, pain sponge
Jen Gerson: Facebook DGAF
Flipping the Line: Restoring the per-vote subsidy won't help, and might hurt
Dispatch from The Front Line: Canada, land of the strong, wealthy, and well connected
Peter Menzies: Undermining institutional independence to own Big Tech
Colin Horgan: Save us, per-vote subsidy!
Harrison Ruess: Sitting through another Canadian emergency planning flop
Leigh Sarty: Russia is further than ever from becoming a normal country
Dispatch from the Front Lines: A separation in Ottawa, a ruling in Alberta, a TBD in Ontario
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.56: Let's carefully talk about the thing we don't want to talk about
Michelle Rempel Garner: On justice denied for the Yezidi people
Rahim Mohamed: Canada's aversion to tall poppies strikes again
Rigby and Juneau: Some advice for the prime minister upon the creation of his new National Security Council
Dispatch from the Front Line: Stop scaring the normies, CPC.
Adam Zivo: Yes, “safer supply” is really harming youth
Emergency Dispatch: The Blair Switch Project
Andrew Potter: The only problem with tourism is the tourists
Dispatch from The Front Line: Comms aren't the government's problem
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.55: The photo ops aren't worth getting someone killed
Mitch Heimpel: The Liberals are planning to lose a housing election
Philippe Lagassé: Ultimately, the confidence convention is all that matters
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Your disaster is important to us. The current wait time is: one decade.
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.54: Hey, where did the audio file go?
Matt Gurney: Australia, but in a bad way
Joshua Hind: It's time for some radical honesty about what's broken in Toronto
Peter Menzies: The government's retreat from C-18 is too late, and may prove too little, anyway
Special Update for Our Paid Subscribers
Dispatch from the Front Line: So this keeps getting worse. Enjoy the fireworks.
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.53: They're eyeball to eyeball. Who'll blink?
Kevin Newman: The CRTC can tell Bell 'No'
Andrew Tumilty: For Olivia Chow, winning might be the easy part
Dispatch from the Front Lines: So what the hell just happened, exactly?
Jen Gerson: The Bags Don't Contain Plastic
Matt Gurney: Toronto's a dump. Of course people are mad.
Flipping the Line: What the real problem is for the Gen-X generation
Dispatch from the Front Lines: It's the end of the world as we know it
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.52: Witnessing the end of the journalism golden age really sucks
Aftab Ahmed: Cash is a lifeline for domestic abuse survivors
Wilf Dinnick: C-18 is already too late to save Canada's legacy media
Tim Thurley: For gun-control, Canada isn't a blank slate
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Alright, who's the next-most-eminent Canadian?
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.51: The inevitable thing took slightly longer than it should have
Peter Menzies: The CRTC has been given its marching orders
Rahim Mohamed: What the Gen Xers are doing to U.S. politics
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Well that was a weird week
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.50: Please refer all complaints about this podcast to Navigator
Andrew Tumilty: Toronto needs to take its own democracy a lot more seriously
Philippe Lagassé : Enough with the excuses about Parliament and national security
Jen Gerson: Danielle Smith, the next Ralph Klein?
Flipping the Line: We all have a responsibility to vote
Dispatch from the Front Line: We don't just neglect security. We disdain it.
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.49: Failure, normalized
Ken Boessenkool: Why I won't vote in this election
Mitch Heimpel: David Johnston is Canada's newest guilty man
Philippe Lagassé: Former governors general should be neither seen, nor heard
Jen Gerson: Okay, but I don't trust you
Matt Gurney: The Johnston report is one of the most depressing things I've ever read
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Let [us] eat cake
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.48: When your best defence sounds like a confession
Adam Zivo: Moscow wants Moldova. Canada can help
Jen Gerson: Is this what failure looks like?
Rahim Mohamed: Well, what the heck is Rachel Notley, then?
Andrew Potter: It's not about the passport
Dispatch from the Front Line: What happens when societies can't keep up with their problems
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.47: The crazification/bonkersification of everything
Tim Thurley: Our gun-control proposals have a very basic failure — garbage data
Andrew Tumilty: How Ford threatens Poilievre
Dispatch from London: Can we put more of our problems in a castle on an island across the sea?
Flipping the Line: Alberta's premier is a Conservative
Dispatch from London: Let's do (big) lunch
Rahim Mohamed: Canada's anomalous Liberals may be running out of luck
Dispatch from London: Beware the chanting republicans, and bring an umbrella
Dispatch from the Front Lines: We love you, but you're not serious people
Patricia Treble: Will all eyes be on the King?
Mitch Heimpel: Michael Chong was failed, and that failure needs fixing
Justin Ling: Can we please just fix a damned problem, for a change?
Philippe Lagassé: Is Canadian republicanism a hopeless cause?
Karamveer Lalh: Danielle Smith is a Conservative
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Even the government has to cut itself out of the loop
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.46: Huh. Awful lot of weirdos in this big tent, eh?
Jared Wesley and Ken Boessenkool: Danielle Smith is not a conservative
Andrew MacDougall: Imagine there's no cable news
Philippe Lagassé: Sure, let’s spend more on defence, but what’s our long-term plan?
Peter Menzies: In the end, Tucker did it to himself
Kristin Raworth: The Liberals could actually fix abortion access while claiming to defend it
Dispatch from the Front Line: We will also not be reaching the NATO military spending target
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.45: Trudeau told NATO he wouldn't pay for BuzzFeed News so the government went on strike
Matt Gurney: Our feminist government, despite warnings, gets mugged by reality
Harrison Ruess: Why is the government attacking Canada’s aviation and aerospace jobs?
Jen Gerson: Everybody is being dumb
Andrew Tumilty: Poilievre might need a new business model
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Telford on the hot seat, then and now
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.44: A repeat performance from Telford, and the Minecraft misfits screw up
Mitch Heimpel: If Canada is broken, this is part of how we broke it
Flipping the Line: Liberalism Isn't Sucking the Meaning Out of Life
Adam Zivo: Musk, Ukraine, and the rights of social media companies
Paul Wells: An Emergency In Ottawa
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Brother, can you spare a per diem?
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.43: Let's outsource the government to NASA
Jen Gerson: Pols vs. Media
Andrew Potter: What's eating liberal democracy?
Rahim Mohamed: The president-to-prison pipeline
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Don't make us talk about America. No one likes that.
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.42: Speed-dating our way through all the stories of this wild week
Matt Gurney: Let's talk about what Canada being broken means
Jen Gerson: It may not be SNC-Lavalin, but it should be humiliating
Lyman Stone: Why aren't women having more babies? We should ask them
Andrew Tumilty: How many candidates is too many?
Colin F. Horgan: How the NHL can really signal it cares about gay rights
Jen Gerson: The Liberals, masters at winning themselves to death
Leigh Sarty: Don't overplay the Xi-Putin bromance
Ken Boessenkool: Johnston is the wrong man for the job
Melanie Paradis: Our deposit insurance limits are way too low
Leigh Sarty: Don't hold your breath waiting to see Putin in the dock
Dispatch from the front Line: Disclose it all and let God sort out the righteous
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.41: Enjoy this not-overtaken-by-news-events podcast while you can!
Kristin Raworth: The Liberals need to stop using "Sexism!" and "Racism!" as a shield
Matt Gurney: Well, so much for accepting reality
Adam Zivo: Why do the Liberals keep invoking Beijing’s talking points?
Flipping the Line: DST is good, actually
Jen Gerson: Goddamn DST
Dispatch from the Front Line: This prime minister has 22 problems
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.40: Alright, let's publish this before anymore breaking ne ... oh, God, what now?
Aftab Ahmed: Canada needs to do better with India, and fast
Mitch Heimpel: Ottawa needs a blast of sunlight and transparency — desperately
Matt Gurney: After weeks of getting punched in the face, the Liberals accept reality
Adam Zivo: The American Refugee
Dispatch from The Front Line: We will also be returning the cash from China
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.39: China Syndrome (not that one)
Jen Gerson: The Cult of the Horse
Emergency Dispatch: The China File
Matt Gurney: How the convoy almost beat the Canadian government
Juneau and Rigby: The Rouleau report missed an opportunity on intelligence
Dispatch from the Front Line: Crying “MAGA bigots” won’t save Trudeau
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.38: People do weird things when they're losing
Adam Zivo: What if Ukraine fell last year?
Andrew Potter: Finally, the West goes all-in on Ukraine
Mitch Heimpel: There is only one way Canadians will get the truth about Chinese election interference
Andrew MacDougall: Sturgeon goes fishing
Dispatch from the Front Line: All of the news everywhere all at once
Scott Van Wynsberghe: The history of spy ballooning is weirder than you think
Andrew Tumilty: If you've lost to Tory before, stay home
Kevin Wiener: Cut the conflict, root and stem
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Trudeau asks Biden to whip it out
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.37: A nice podcast to end a quiet wee — wait, WHAT?!
Steve Lafleur: We'll probably be fine, actually
Peter Menzies: Let it burn
Kristin Raworth: Why won't the Liberals give survivors what they are asking for?
Matt Gurney: Memo to David Lametti. You didn't 'get it right' because it's impossible
Dispatch from the Front Line: Not all failures are measured in polls or counted in ballot boxes
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.36: The LPC shoots itself in the foot, but won't ban the gun
Rahim Mohamed: Political tokenism isn't the answer to diversification
Harrison Ruess: Our fixation on the U.S. is a barrier to Canadian progress
Jen Gerson: We are probably doomed, though
Christopher Ragan: Time for some tough budget talk
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Toronto needs Batman. (Not the Adam West kind.)
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.35: Smith vs. the CBC, Toronto vs. itself
Andrew Potter: The Doomsday Clock gets its mojo back
Matt Gurney: Tanks for Ukraine solves some problems. It creates others
Ken Boessenkool and Mike Moffatt: Macklem can't afford another bad call
Kristin Raworth: A feminist government wouldn’t fight sex assault survivors in court
Dispatch From the Front Line: The Toronto Maple Leafs Award for Excellence in Governing
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.34: The First Canadian Space Age begins ... later
Mitch Heimpel: The rise (and fall) of a particular kind of lefty leader
Jen Gerson: Quit wine. Do heroin
Matt Gurney: Mourning an America
Stéphanie Chouinard and Andrew Parkin: The CPC needs to get back to bilingualism
Steve Lafleur: Hear me out. Maybe things are going to be okay?
Dispatch from the Front Lines: DeliveroLOLogy
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.33: Our moral obligation is to not screw up today
Q&A, Part 2: 'Our fatal overdose numbers have gone down dramatically off the peak.'
Q&A, Part 1: 'It’s the furtherance of a highly liberalized drug legalization agenda.'
Mitch Heimpel: Hockey has an Ovechkin problem
Rahim Mohamed: DeSantis, not Trump, is a sign of things to come for Canada
Dispatch from the Front Line: Welcome back People of The Line!
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.32: The year ahead will be amazing. Nothing will go wrong. It's smooth sailing from here.