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S4E35: Baron Black of Crossharbour | Lord Conrad Black

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

In this Season 4, Episode 35 of the Jordan Peterson Podcast, Jordan is joined by Lord Conrad Black. Conrad Black is a Canadian-born British peer, and former publisher of The London Daily Telegraph, The Spectator, The Chicago Sun-Times, The Jerusalem Post, and founder of Canada's National Post. He is a columnist and regular contributor to several publications, including the National Review Online, The New Criterion, The National Interest, American Greatness, The New York Sun, and the National Post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

2hr 27mins

5 Jul 2021

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Conrad Black - History of Canada

ideacity On The Air

Author and historian Conrad Black discusses the Canadian political identity of Canada and the history of our great nation.


16 Jun 2021

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Conrad Black - History of Canada

ideacity On The Air

Author and historian Conrad Black discusses the Canadian political identity of Canada and the history of our great nation.


16 Jun 2021

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Conrad Black on his Book Collections and Book Collecting

The Biblio File hosted by Nigel Beale

Conrad Black - in full, Conrad Moffat Black, Lord Black of Crossharbour - was born in 1944, in Montreal. He is an author, columnist, historian, and businessman who built the third largest newspaper group in the world during the 1980s and 1990s. At its height the organization controlled nearly 250 newspapers including the London Daily Telegraph, the Fairfax Group in Australia, The Jerusalem Post, Southam Press in Canada, and the Chicago Sun-Times.   Black studied history and political science at Carleton University in Ottawa, earned a law degree from Laval University in 1970, and a Masters degree in history from McGill University in 1973. For his thesis he wrote a biography of former Quebec premier Maurice Duplessis; published in 1977, it came to be considered a definitive work.   He entered the newspaper business in 1967 as part owner of two small Quebec weeklies, on the way to establishing his media empire. He currently lives in Toronto with his wife Barbara Amiel.    W​e met via Zoom to talk about his various book and model ship collections, Napoleon, Roosevelt, his collecting habits, and his long-term fulfilling relationship with books. First off however he vigorously defends himself against charges that were successfully levelled against him by U.S. federal prosecutors in the mid-2000s.


30 May 2021

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A Conversation with Conrad Black

American Consequences With Trish Regan

It appears the Dems won't get their coveted $15 minimum wage hike inside the latest stimulus bill -- for many small business owners, this comes as a relief. The measure was expected to damage the economy and, by the Congressional Budget Office's own predictions, would have cost the economy 1.4 million jobs. Nonetheless, extremists on the left have vowed to keep fighting. Media mogul Lord Conrad Black, the former owner of London's Daily Telegraph, tells Trish how he thinks the economy comes back. They also discuss everything from Dr. Seuss to the future of the Republican Party, including a possible Donald Trump run in 2024 and what that might mean for the country. For more from Trish Regan follow her on twitter @Trish_Regan & visit AmericanConsequences.com.


3 Mar 2021

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Conrad Black: ‘Great Trump War’ Will Continue, Regardless of Election Outcome [20201125]

American Thought Leaders

“It's a bit rich for the authors of all those colossal illegalities and improprieties to call upon President Trump to be a good sport when they just tried to steal his election.” In this episode, we sit down with media mogul Conrad Black, the former publisher of The London Daily Telegraph, The Spectator, The Chicago Sun-Times, and The Jerusalem Post. Black is also the author of authoritative biographies of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Richard Nixon, and, most recently, “Donald J. Trump: A President Like No Other.” Regardless of what the outcome of the election is, the “great Trump war” will continue, Black says. This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekielek. #trump #electionfraud #biden


26 Nov 2020

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Brian Crombie Radio Hour - Epi 256 - US Election Discussion with Conrad Black, Girish Nadkarni & Steve Schaumberger

Brian Crombie Radio Hour

Girish Nadkarni, VC Investor and Steve Schaumberger, Insurance consultant, two HBS classmates from Connecticut and Chicago with their views on the US election. its a very interesting conversation. Listen in...


3 Nov 2020

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Ep 18 | Conrad Black | The Case for Donald Trump

The Candice Malcolm Show Podcast

On the season finale of the True North Speaker Series, True North’s Candice Malcolm is joined by the mighty Lord Conrad Black. Lord Black is an historian, author, businessman, media baron and member of the British House of Lords. Unlike almost every other political observer, Black took Trump seriously from Day One. Black recognized Trump’s unique ability to connect with disaffected voters and saw how he used the power of his celebrity to steamroll the opposition and pull off the politically impossible – being elected to the highest office with no prior political experience and without cow-towing to political correctness or the DC establishment. Candice and Lord Black discuss Trump's strengths and weaknesses, the media’s incessant dishonesty, the over-the-top and politicized COVID-19 reaction, plus Lord Black makes a bold prediction about the upcoming US election.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 14mins

28 Oct 2020

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Presidential Debate #1: Recap with Conrad Black

The Bill Bennett Show

Bill and Conrad Black shared their thoughts on the first Presidential debate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


2 Oct 2020

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US Election: PJ O’Rourke | Conrad Black | Tom Switzer

Centre for Independent Studies

All eyes are on America in the lead up to November 3. When the presidential race comes to an end one thing is certain, the US will be fractured.If Donald Trump is re-elected, outrage by left-wing political and media sophisticates will further alienate tens of millions of Americans who do not share their values. Yet, if Joe Biden wins, a display of anything other than humility would be equally alienating and would divide even more deeply a crisis-ridden nation.How has it come to this? What is the likely path the US will take, both at home and abroad, once the pandemic passes? Are these two old men really the best America has to offer? On Thursday, 1 October at 9 am we hosted a US Election election special with PJ O’Rourke & Conrad Black to hear two strikingly different views of how the September 30 Presidential debate went down and which candidate they thought would, or should, win the 2020 US Presidential Election.


1 Oct 2020