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Back-room strategist and pollster, David Herle, is joined on the podcast by journalists, politicians, sports figures, musicians and opinion leaders.

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Back-room strategist and pollster, David Herle, is joined on the podcast by journalists, politicians, sports figures, musicians and opinion leaders.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
232 Ratings

232 Ratings

Jokes104 ,

Best Cdn political podcast - hands down!

We are hooked. The Herle Burly has become a weekly highlight in our household. We are hoping that we can count on David, Scott and Jenni to continue to provide us with their excellent insight on weekly political events that we have become addicted to during Elxn 43. Including an NDP rep for good measure would also be great. Fingers crossed!!

john7734 ,

Great Canadian content

I have enjoyed this show from the beginning of Season One, but it is the current seri s of shows on the election that prompts this review. Jenni, Scott, and David are giving us an entertaining and enlightening look at the decisions the various campaigns are making, and the pros and cons of those decisions. Great stuff. I also appreciate the civility of the discussions. The profanity is fun too. Thanks David.

VanRamblings ,

Wildly entertaining, informed, profane and a Must Listen

The very best, the most honest (and most profane) Canadian political podcast, providing the best, non-partisan coverage of the current federal election, every episode an erudite, articulate, informed and wildly entertaining presentation from folks who’ve been there: the avuncular (and surprisingly humble) David Herle, a 40-year activist member of the federal Liberal party (who, for instance, created Kathleen Wynne’s stunning, left-of-centre, come from behind victory in 2013); Scott Reid, a longtime Liberal insider who has also run his share of winning federal and provincial Liberal party political campaigns; and Jenny Byrne, who played the same role in the Conservative party, has an intimate (political) relationship with Stephen Harper, and unceremoniously got pulled off the 2015 Conservative campaign (she was the campaign manager), the Harper folks laying the blame for their loss at her feet (the issue of “blame” as it pertains to all three apparatchiks is addressed in the latest podcast). A must, must, must listen.

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