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J.J. McCullough
Vlogger/writer/artist/conservative. Weekly columnist for . Check out my channel! I'm fun to gaslight. jjmccullough@gmail.com
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Frank Luntz 14h
Save this tweet for the day after March 3rd.
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J.J. McCullough 13h
Does there exist an aboriginal political authority that is co-equal to, or even superior to, the Canadian political authority? And if so, can we identify it? Can we name who it is or isn't? Those are the big questions here, and ones the politicians aren't interested in answering.
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J.J. McCullough 14h
She's the next Elizabeth May, you watch.
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J.J. McCullough 18h
This a weirdly convoluted, highly speculative rationalization for what was, I think quite objectively, a bad move on Trump's part.
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J.J. McCullough 19h
The Liberals have been trying to figure out a way to change the oath of Canadian citizenship to include explicit mention of indigenous people, even though such an attempt was bound to be incredibly contrived and awkward. Here's what they came up with:
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J.J. McCullough 21h
A difference between Canada and America is that America relies on actual constitutional lawyers to interpret the constitution and expects political scientists to actually study the science of politics. Too many Canadian poli sci profs are treated like lawyers by the CDN media.
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J.J. McCullough Feb 17
Garnett Genius is one of few Conservative MPs who intelligent conservatives in this country actually respect. So his endorsement of is worth that of 50 no-name backbenchers.
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J.J. McCullough Feb 17
Replying to @beatmastermatt
All I can say is “ouch” for Lincoln.
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J.J. McCullough Feb 17
The list of super-close ridings he identifies don’t seem like the sort of ridings the party spends most of its time trying to win.
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J.J. McCullough Feb 17
Always remember that everything the Trudeau government is doing in response to this crisis is a choice. Even the fact it’s a crisis is a choice.
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Chris Selley Feb 17
I can't believe that didn't work.
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J.J. McCullough Feb 17
Someone sent me this incredibly cringe commercial that they apparently air on Quebec TV? It's apparently from some government agency that tries to scold and shame Quebeckers who speak English.
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J.J. McCullough Feb 16
Oh my. Cancelling a trip to the CARIBBEAN. So you know it’s serious!
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J.J. McCullough Feb 15
Here's a new video I made about the history of Social Credit... for some reason, this is my most requested video topic.
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J.J. McCullough Feb 15
Check out my epic feature on the conventional wisdom of the 2020 presidential race, probably the most comprehensive effort to keep track of the changing media narratives of the race:
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J.J. McCullough Feb 15
Replying to @Geoff_Sharpe
Again, the popular vote?
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J.J. McCullough Feb 15
I'm just trying to understand, because what the very chart you sent me clearly shows is that money does not correlate with electoral success. What is the lesson of Perot and Forbes? That they didn't spend ENOUGH?
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J.J. McCullough Feb 15
I saw. But I do not see how any of this has anything to do with making people vote for him.
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T Lee Humphrey Feb 15
Trudeau confirmed yesterday that Canada is still paying for all the security costs associated with the Royals during his press conference and that discussions with the UK continue.
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J.J. McCullough Feb 15
And I’d like to see the case made as to what “buying the election” actually means as something other than a lazy condemnation.
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