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January 24, 2022 14 min

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Dr. Monica Gandhi, a top microbiologist, on how COVID-19 is far from what it was in March 2020 (and how we must radically change our approach). Also why did a senior exec with the American Psychological Association quit over wokeism? Christopher J. Ferguson talks about just how bad things have gotten.

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Is Omicron really the danger we've all been led to believe? Dr. Neil Rau doesn't think so! Journalist Sue-Ann Levy also stops by to discuss her book UNDERDOG: Confessions of a Right-Wing Jewish Muckraker & why she thinks Toronto is a shithole.

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Peter is joined by Canadian business tycoon & prolific writer Conrad Black for an in-depth discussion about the current state of politics, economics, climate alarmism, and more.

What does it mean to be the "wrong kind" of black person? Erec Smith of Free Black Thought joins the program to explain that there's a rich diversity of black thought that exists outside the narrow spectrum often trumpeted by liberal media o...

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