Note: the audio quality of this episode isn’t great as we recorded it from Mike’s Backyard, we assure you that the audio quality will be better next time! 🙂
In this episode, for federal politics, we discuss the horrible discovery of 215 indigenous children’s graves in the Kamloops Residential School. What does this mean and will it impact the Federal government’s response on First Nations issues? For Alberta politics, we talk about whether Jason Kenney’s Sky Palace dinner was a big deal or not – and whether or not he broke his government’s own rules.
For BookReport this week, Mike read (with his earns, of course) Whistlestop: My Favourite Stories From Presidential Campaign History by John Dickerson, which explores the best US presidential and primary election stories of the past 250 years or so.
Things We Referenced During the Show – AKA Show Notes
Oprah, You Get a Car:
Dave Chapelle, Byahhhh!:
BookReport: Whistlestop by John Dickerson