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Adam Daifallah

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Journalist and author Adam Daifallah, co-author of Rescuing Canada’s Right: Blueprint for a Conservative Revolution, talked with Joseph Planta about the conservative revolution in Canada and how it’s going, offering his thoughts on what right-minded people should do.


Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:

Rescuing Canada’s Right: Blueprint for a Conservative Revolution is a new book by Tasha Kheiriddin and Adam Daifallah. Recently, I spoke with Ms. Kheiriddin about the book, and today I’m joined by Mr. Daifallah. We’ll continue discussing the solutions they’ve come up with to help the conservative movement end the Liberal Party’s dominance of Canadian politics. Adam Daifallah was a member of the National Post’s editorial board, and their curling columnist; he was also Washington correspondent for the New York Sun. His first book, with Peter White, was Gritlock: Are the Liberals in Forever?, and was a researcher for such books as the Conrad Black biography on Franklin Roosevelt, and David Frum’s The Right Man. He is currently taking law at Laval, and he joins me on the line this morning from Quebec City. Please welcome to THECOMMENTARY.CA, Adam Daifallah; Good morning, Mr. Daifallah.


Weblinks:

Adam Daifallah’s blog http://www.daifallah.com

Rescuing Canada’s Right: http://www.rescuingcanadasright.com

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