Not in the Maritimes, not in Halifax. And he spends less time in PEI than Minister Guergis so you know it were not there.
The Senator isn't backing down on his criticisms of the University of King's College and other Canadian journalism programs, saying he "...dared to show a little spotlight on some of the bias in the media."
Last weekend, Duffy delivered a speech to local Conservatives in Amherst criticizing journalism schools for teaching critical thinking and Noam Chomksy's book Manufacturing Consent. He also said students aren't being taught to be fair and balanced.
By the way, did you ever see the train wreck that was his program on CTV News Thingy? He so obviously worked cheap.
Coming from a guy who jerked off dreaming of becoming a Liberal Senator for years until, well, the Tories were in power, at which time he changed the picture on the ceiling above his four poster, this is rich.
"They all get preached to with the same cookie cutter thing," Duffy told Tom Young's Afternoon News program on Rogers radio [what's dat?] Thursday. "And when you talk to these kids in job interviews, you realize some of them have been brainwashed."
Metro Halifax, who's story I used in this entry, again requested an interview with Duffy on Thursday, but didn't get a response.
And they won't.