Jess Morgan

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Jess Morgan is a Canadian-born freelance writer and political commentator, currently living in Seattle by way of Toronto by way of Winnipeg. She writes film parodies at The Editing Room.






Jess Morgan’s Airing of Political Grievances 2018
Three legitimate excuses to compare Doug Ford to Donald Trump
Trudeau’s feminism gets clumsier and more tedious by the day
The best and worst reactions to the GM Oshawa shutdown
Threat of government’s media aid package isn’t persecution, but pandering
The rest of Canada should keep rejecting the Olympics myth
The abject moron’s guide to avoiding political sex scandals
Scheer can’t pull off a media war and shouldn’t try
For local elections, CBC swaps TV for digital, fails at both
Ford should prove fiscal bona fides by re-empowering Auditor General
The conscience of a Canadian-born “Anywhere”
Feds have grounds to appeal TMX decision, but little motivation
The GG question is not “Why Payette?” but “Why, Payette?”
What “status quo” is Leona Alleslev rebelling against?
7 things you can believe about Bill 5 at the same time
Would Canadians notice if Trudeau sacrificed cultural protections?
Bernier isn’t the free-market hero we need after all
On immigration and diversity, both major parties send wrong message
8 upcoming highlights from the Conservative Party policy convention
Expect Ford to continue stoking elites vs. folks division
What to say when Doug Ford starts door-knocking again
Ontario minister learns the hard way: Don’t tell women to smile
For a good-faith border debate, drop these 5 misconceptions now
Understanding the Liberals’ not-quite-zero-tolerance policy
Why do we even have the Canada Summer Jobs program?
Max or no Max, Conservative Party’s libertarian wing still Mad
Three post-G7 political arguments you may have already had
Wynne’s hate-hate relationship with voters draws to a merciful close
7 policy “meringues” from the Ontario election
Booze-buying adventures in the wild, wild Pacific Northwest
Seven other takeaways from Harper’s Stanford talk
Conflict accusations get Parliament steamed about clams
Pro-growth Ontarians can’t trust Doug Ford
Canada’s three archetypal female voters
A very serious suggestion for getting pipelines built in Canada
Tweet to Hungary’s authoritarian leader reveals Harper’s unenviable position
Bernier forgets which culture war he’s supposed to fight
Wynne hopes for ignorance of childcare complexities
For controversial speakers, leave the platform – take the oxygen
Trudeau hides his vision for Canada’s future under his kurta
Three things Budget 2018 should have included
Brown’s exit takes Ontario PC race from berserk to blah
NDP grassroots looking to ditch monarchy for a President of Canada
All provinces should trade freely or suffer
The Conservative Party’s next 7 voter bribes
Give Leitch credit for exposing Conservative Party fissure
A conversation Jagmeet Singh must have had
Canada’s $14 coffee enema
Sometimes you just have to shut up and Pride