This week’s Hub Dialogue roundtable discusses three topics dominating headlines right now. First, what does Liz Cheney’s political demise, and the potential resurrection of Donald Trump, mean for Canada? And, how should we think about the major outcry about CTV’s decision to ditch anchor Lisa LaFlamme? Finally, we run through some quick analysis about the Ontario government’s recent health care announcement.
This is the fifteenth episode of The Hub’s bi-weekly series featuring Sean Speer in conversation with leading author, journalist, and thinker David Frum. The two discuss “Frum’s commandments” on what opposition party leaders in parliamentary systems — think Keir Starmer in Britain or the next Conservative Party leader in Canada — should be doing in preparation for a general election.
This week’s Hub Dialogue roundtable discusses the F.B.I.’s search of former President Donald Trump’s home in Florida, looking for what the Washington Post described as “nuclear documents.” We also digest Thursday’s gathering of moderate conservatives in Edmonton.
Maurice E. Stucke and Ariel Ezrachi join Hub Dialogues to discuss how Big Tech companies stifle innovation, the harms this is having on our broader culture, and why cities are the true sources of innovation in society.
Activist and commentator Tasha Kheiriddin joins Hub Dialogues to discuss why she believes Conservatives in Canada should prioritize messages of increasing opportunity over messages of increasing freedom.
This week’s Hub Dialogue roundtable discusses how several hundred thousand new Conservative Party members will fit into the existing membership and also digs into the heightening tensions around Taiwan.
On today’s episode of Frum Dialogues, David Frum and host Sean Speer discuss growing signs of a recession in the United States and the short- and long-term consequences including for Canada’s own economy.