The carbon tax hadn’t even been dead for a week when KenneyMedia tossed its latest, and greatest crumb to its salivating-for-public-service-slashing base. And is it ever a crumb. Bigger than any crumb you’ve ever seen. Perhaps the biggest crumb ever. The NDP lied to Albertans, KenneyMedia insists. The […]
The Education Act “also gives teachers, under exceptional circumstances, authority to tell parents if their child is a member” of a GSA. ~ Kim Trynacity @LedgeWatcher And there you have it – the only way to suppress Gay Straight Alliances (GSAs) without legislating the suppression of GSAs. Kids […]
“Thoughts and Prayers” became the punchline of a very dark and twisted reality thanks to the number of times Republican representatives have offered them to families and survivors of school shootings instead of legislative action. It was only a matter of time but that callous inaction has invaded […]
After the election of the United Conservative Party, I referred to Jason Nixon being appointed to Minister of Environment and Parks as Jason Kenney’s greatest troll. I can admit when I might have been wrong. There’s no proof yet so this is all conjecture, but… The Minister of […]
Alberta’s Premier was busily boosting Alberta’s future economy in a second “official” visit to his homeland of Ontario over the weekend. Jason Kenney reportedly regaled Bay Street investors of the Fire Sale on regulations and taxes in Alberta. The “Rookie Premier” was hoping to melt some hearts with […]
Jason Kenney, thanks to his own rhetoric, has very big promises to fulfill. Some are rightfully skeptical about his ability to keep them and for very good reason: if the problem was the NDP government, then Kenney should find success simply by not being an NDP government.
Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me. Anyone who thinks language doesn’t matter hasn’t been referred to as a “host body” lately. We Canadians usually look to the United States with both a mixture of awe and inspiration. Awe isn’t necessarily a […]
There is little incentive for Kenney to offer to fund the three conservative spin-offs from his “unite in spite” project but there is much less incentive to fund the Party that could actually unite Alberta for realzies.
Alberta’s new Premier has perhaps shown best how affiliation can damage reputations… he did not attack the right to speak or express but instead attacked those who offered a platform.