Being on Sun News meant you rarely had to say you’re sorry or so it would seem.
But that was the appeal of SNN for me – a haven from the politically-correct leftwing-skewed news commentary of CBC, CTV, Global and so many other MSM networks.
That’s what I’ll miss. The audacity of raw truth.
But Sun News was more than the network – It was the combination of efforts by innovative, free-thinking people who created it, worked there behind the scenes and starred in the programs.
And so on Valentine’s Day I bid adieu to Sun, and look forward to seeing Brian Lilley, Ezra Levant, David Akin, Alex Pierson and so many other talented, courageous people in their next reincarnations where I know they’ll carry on the message of free speech and truth-seeking.
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You can’t keep Brian Lilley down for long:
What happened to Sun News? I try to explain a bit – my latest Byline from my living room – http://t.co/yXNclf0MGL
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) February 14, 2015
Update: More from Brian Lilley here:
First episode of The Brian Lilley Podcast – Please RT and share with your family and friends missing Sun News. https://t.co/BLkcELbwo1
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) February 16, 2015
On a personal note, I’m still swamped by various issues and not able to restart this blog on a regular basis. However I felt that the passing of Sun News was a significant enough milestone to commemorate. If anyone ends up reading this, thanks for dropping by.
So this is au revoir; not adieu. God willing.