Warren Kinsella: Fight The Right on Strombo tonight!

Didn’t see it – we had the book launch tonight for Fight The Right at Ben McNally Books – but Strombo tweeted the promo below.  And he gave SFH a plug!

Warren Kinsella: National Post: First Fight The Right review!

Merci, Tasha! “Justin Trudeau’s speech followed Mr. Kinsella’s playbook on beating conservatives chapter and verse…[He followed] the central theme of the Kinsella narrative: “Take back values. That’s what progressives need to do.”

Warren Kinsella: Fight the Right invite, tonight!

As I write in my acknowledgements to Fight The Right, I’ve got some of the best commenters around on my web site.  Over the years, many of you guys have given me some great ideas, and great suggestions, for my book, my columns and my TV hits.  You make me think. So, I wanted to thank ...

Warren Kinsella: Trudeau open thread

This morning, there is a ridiculous amount of coverage about Justin’s announcement speech last night.  I have a few thoughts of my own, offered on radio this morning, but I figured it’d be more fun to give regulars on Canada’s Best Loved Political Web Site™ a chance to have their say. So, fire away, guys: ...

Warren Kinsella: Fight The Right!

It’s finally out today. You can get it on Amazon, iTunes, Chapters/Indigo, through Random House, as an ebook, a book book, or whatever. But two copies and I’ll mow your lawn. Buy three, and I’ll shovel your driveway all winter!

Warren Kinsella: In tomorrow’s Sun: what Justin Trudeau should say

My fellow Liberals, my fellow Canadians: Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address had less than 300 words. This hypothetical address has about 500. Like Lincoln’s speech, I immodestly hope mine will be remembered. Every word I speak here today will be the truth. Canadians are sick of falsity. They are tired of false outrage, and false claims of ...

Warren Kinsella: Trudeau tomorrow: free advice

…which may be worth what he pays for it!

Warren Kinsella: Ontario election: coming soon?

Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak just announced that he won’t support the wage freeze bill. So, does that mean an election is going to happen, even though a year hasn’t gone by since the last one? Hudak and NDP leader Andrea Horwath are blasé about that, apparently. They shouldn’t be. If an election is held ...

Warren Kinsella: Anders on Mulcair and Layton

It’s starting up on Twitter, and I couldn’t readily find what he said. Here it is, in case you wondered, as I did: “I actually think one of the great stories that was missed by journalists was that Mr. Mulcair, with his arm twisted behind the scenes, helped to hasten Jack Layton’s death.” What is ...

Warren Kinsella: Trudeau: words worth heeding

On the politics of destruction, on strong central government, on wealth and ideas, on having fun. My God Almighty, I miss this man.

Warren Kinsella: Interesting Trudeau story

…which would have been helped if there had been at least one source speaking on the record.

Warren Kinsella: At Mass, a day before the book tour starts

From today’s second reading: “Your gold and silver have rusted, and their rust will be evidence against you.” So: can a conservative read James 5:1-6 and actually remain one? As Fight The Right speculates: if Christ was here, right now, he’d be with the Occupiers. Not the conservatives.

Warren Kinsella: BREAKING: I’ve become a Conservative and a Senator!

Yep, that’s me. Busted. Boy, those iPolitics folks sure are smart!

Warren Kinsella: Liberal amounts of coverage

An observation. The media can go on and on about (a) how the Liberal Party is irrelevant, in general and (b) how Justin Trudeau is not up to the job, in particular. But boy oh boy, they sure are writing lots about both subjects, eh? Check out the best aggregator on the planet, National Newswatch, ...

Warren Kinsella: In tomorrow’s Sun: Conservative assassins, take heed

This week, Ottawa-based media were in a frenzy over the prospect of a Justin Trudeau Liberal leadership bid. It was a revelation that really wasn’t one. But it portends a return of the CRG assassins, and soon. Stephen Harper, as some of his former aides have publicly acknowledged, has long been obsessed with destroying the ...

Warren Kinsella: The Trudeau backlash begins!

Boy, that didn’t take long.

Warren Kinsella: Great Powers piece on Ambrose

I agree with most of what my brother Powers says: she’s entitled to have a dissenting view, but – given the position she holds, and the position she took – she bloody well be ready to explain herself.  She didn’t. It’s obviously a mistake to think that a certain demographic (in this case, women) are ...

Warren Kinsella: Ford follies: the noose tightens

Earl Provost, one of Mayor Rob Ford’s top advisors, personally urged Queen’s Park to help bankroll $2.8 million in renovations to Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School’s football facilities, the Star has learned. The unusual appeal for financial help for the football team coached by Ford was made on March 3 — a Saturday — and there was ...

Warren Kinsella: Hogsback High

Me in the company of Lord Black.  Who woulda thunk it. Of such things is Carleton’s reputation made.

Warren Kinsella: Fight The Right! Book tour begins – Noah Richler and Strombo!

The Toronto Public Library event’s worth attending just because Noah’s going to be there! Oh yeah – and I’m on with Strombo next Monday night! Here is a picture of George and Noah.  I, meanwhile, am invisible.

Warren Kinsella: The conservative who makes Conservatives very nervous

Been hearing a lot about this character from fearful-sounding Cons, lately. “Harper’s Schreiber,” one told me. Big political graves are dug with small shovels. Meet Harper’s newest tiny shovel.

Warren Kinsella: The International Association of Headline Writers gives thanks

Some of them have waited a lifetime for this moment.

Warren Kinsella: I’m almost starting to feel sorry for Mitt. Almost.

Warren Kinsella: Breaking! Exclusive! Forgive me for repeating myself about repeating myself

This pollster is the same pollster that called Alberta and Quebec wrong – big time. Trudeau-maniacs, don’t start measuring the drapes at Langevin Block just yet, okay?  There’s a long, long way to go.

Warren Kinsella: Holy camoly

The NDP are four points ahead of the Conservatives? Wow! Sets up my Sunday Sun column, nicely, however.  Free snippet: Among Liberals, there isn’t much dispute that the cabal of staffers who did the work, the Conservative Research Group (CRG), did their jobs very well. CRG helped remove Paul Martin from power, and made mincemeat ...