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Jonathan Kay

Jonathan Kay is the opinion-page editor of the National Post and author of "Among the Truthers."

Videos

The Persistent Dislike
November 11, 2013
| 40:00
It's the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht. According to various surveys anti-Semitism is on the rise. The Agenda looks behind this old hatred and examines how it finds new ways of expressing itself.
Silencing Science?
October 17, 2013
| 35:19
In September, scientists from around the country rallied at Queen's Park to protest federal government cuts to scientific programs and the so-called "muzzling" of government scientists. This comes...
Jonathan Kay: Big Brother or Benevolent Brother?
September 24, 2013
| 13:25
Jonathan Kay, National Post columnist and author of "Among the Truthers," discusses the different historical relationship Canadians and Americans have with government and what this means for how we...
Are We Getting Ruder?
June 25, 2013
| 54:41
We've all had run-ins with the occasional rude person - someone refuses to give their seat to a pregnant woman on a subway car; a biker knocks over a pedestrian on the sidewalk. But is it etiquette...
Moving Beyond the Indian Act
January 22, 2013
| 53:39
Will scrapping the Indian Act improve the lives of First Nations in Canada?

Episodes

October 22, 2014
The Agenda examines today's shooting incidents in the nation's capital and the potential fallout on our national security.
November 8, 2013
Rob Ford's credibility and controversy: The Agenda's Story of the Week. And, 75 years ago, the sound of shattered glass could be heard across Germany. What has the world learned since Kristallnacht?
October 17, 2013
Allegations continue to swirl that Canadian scientists are being muzzled by the federal government. The Agenda examines the validity of those claims.
September 24, 2013
Information about the United States' National Security Agency has been leaking out almost weekly, slowly lifting the veil on their surveillance operations and driving a national dialogue on privacy...
June 25, 2013
Producer Mary Taws wondered on The Inside Agenda blog if we've all just lost a touch of human decency. Our viewers shared their experiences, and now, The Agenda examines if we're really getting ruder.
January 22, 2013
Is it time to abolish the Indian Act?
November 30, 2011
They profess to be the 99%. But does the Occupy movement really speak for the 99%? And, Nathalie Des Rosiers of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association sheds light on the recent progress that has...
November 7, 2011
As the conflicts among conservatives grow, is our definition of conservatism changing?
May 13, 2011
The Interview: Jonathan Kay: It's All a Conspiracy Is bin Laden really dead? Did we really land on the moon? Author Jonathan Kay spent time researching conspiracy theories for his new book "Among...
October 25, 2010
The Interview: Ramin Jahanbegloo: How to Best Engage Iran Philosopher and University of Toronto professor Ramin Jahanbegloo on why he believes World Philosophy Day shouldn't be held in Iran....
July 12, 2010
Steve Paikin talks with Kwame McKenzie of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Debate: To be racist in the past meant one held certain groups of people to be racially inferior. Today, racism...
May 4, 2010
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
April 19, 2010
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
January 26, 2009
When war is deliberately fought in the midst of civilians: TVO foreign analyst Janice Stein on the dangerous trend of war in the Mideast. /// Informal or boorish, casual or ill-mannered: the...
July 28, 2008
The right not to be offended: Liberal MP Keith Martin on his bill to change the Canadian Human Rights Act.///Hate speech or free speech? Art or smut? Who decides? Speech, art, and censorship in Canada.
March 6, 2008
The right not to be offended: Liberal MP Keith Martin on his bill to change the Canadian Human Rights Act.///Hate speech or free speech? Art or smut? Who decides? Speech, art, and censorship in Canada.
March 2, 2007
Playing ethnic politics: Vancouver Sun reporter Kim Bolan on Navdeep Bains and B.C.'s Sikh politics. Available as a Podcast Subscribe:      Listen...
October 20, 2006
Silvan Shalom is a member of Israel's opposition Likud Party, and he has been a member of the Knesset (Israel's Parliament) since 1992. Available as a Podcast...