Desperate men do desperate things, and the most desperate act of all is going to war against reality, Charles Adler says
Charles Adler is a 40-year radio and television broadcast veteran whose career has seen him tour Canada, working in Montreal (CJAD), Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto (CFRB), London, Hamilton, and Winnipeg (CJOB).
In the U.S.A., Adler hosted a nationally syndicated radio show out of Tampa, hitting more than 120 markets, and a nightly primetime television show out of Boston, for which he won a Best TV Host for New England Emmy.
Adler has hosted national radio and television programs in Canada, including Global Sunday and The Charles Adler Show on the Corus Radio Network. Adler has made countless appearances on Canadian national television news and current affairs shows and has guest hosted in the U.S.A. for Sean Hannity on Fox News Channels’ television show Hannity and Colmes.
Charles was presented a Key to the City of Toronto in 1998, and is a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal recipient.
Conservatism today isn’t what Charles Adler signed up for when he first voted for the Ontario provincial and federal conservatives in the ’70s, he writes.
COVID-19 impacts all Canadians, but the society we live in means some have different levels of sacrifice, Charles Adler says.
The major takeaway for any Conservative leader from this week’s events is that you must not anger former leader Stephen Harper, says Charles Adler.
Charles Adler says his heart turned on the Conservatives when they introduced a ‘barbaric practices’ hotline.
A minority government can result in a coalition that accomplishes great things, but it can also challenge national unity, Charles Adler says.
In a healthy economy that has a strong public sector, the incumbent Liberal government has an advantage, Charles Adler says.
In election after election, there may be many water cooler issues, but none is ever more important than health care, Charles Adler says.
The polls are clear — climate change is a top issue for Canadians in this campaign. But Charles Adler asks: will Canadians put their money and votes where their mouths are?
Jason Kenney keeps giving the Mark Smith issue more oxygen, and that’s just putting more question marks over the United Conservative Party campaign, Charles Adler says.
Dear Coward, in this country, neighbours treat neighbours like neighbours, Charles Adler says.
We do not need to trash great figures of history because of their human failings, Charles Adler says.
Christine Blasey Ford is not someone peddling a book or seeking revenge, but someone following her conscience, Charles Adler says.
Charles Adler speaks of the hardships his family endured during Second World War and the Holocaust, and why it means you should always follow your dreams.
Charles Adler says he has to go back to Charles de Gaulle in 1967 to find another foreign leader who insulted Canada to the point that it brought people together.