Thursday, May 26, 2022

Industry News

BC’s top judge to make decision for vaccine passport challenge! MSM...

Chief Justice Christopher Hinkson initially locked down three hearing dates for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday last week, however by the end of Thursday he had heard all he needed.

Jeff Walker: Beating On Yourself – The Sound Off Podcast

There's a lot of potential to make money, or lose it, in Las Vegas. In fact, that's pretty much the whole point of the city. Most people head down there to try their hand at the slots, play a few rounds of blackjack, take in some spectacular shows, or bet it all on a high-stakes poker match. But you don't see many people betting on the city itself.

Robby Mook Testfies: Hillary Personally Approved Leak of ALFA Bank Hoax...

Guilty as Sin! Hillary Clinton is going down...

Bill would give CRTC power over user-generated content, but it won’t...

The chair of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission says a federal bill would give it power to regulate user-generated content, such as homemade videos posted on YouTube

PSR’s 6 o’clock Friday News with the News behind the News...

[HRC] Approved The Alpha Bank Hoax, Durham’s Path Is Clear, Buckle Up

There’s a crucial court case happening NOW here in BC that...

Where are Global, CBC Vancouver, CTV Vancouver/Victoria CHEK TV hiding???

CBC admits that it spread disinformation on ‘Freedom Convoy,’ retracts false...

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), which relies on generous pay-outs from the taxpayer to function, has admitted to spreading disinformation on the Freedom Convoy.

Radio Mans fave with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

When joined by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young as a fourth member, they are called Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (CSNY).

PSR’s 6 o’clock Thursday News with the News behind the News...

Misdirection Sometimes Creates One Person To Turn On Another (Publicly), [C]oming Soon

NBC News Veteran Pete Williams to Sign Off After Nearly Three...

Pete Williams is getting ready to sign off from NBC News after a nearly three-decade-long career. Before he goes, however, he may just have to report on one of the most consequential national stories in recent memory.