When it comes to policy and politics, Jason Kenney only plays for one team, and that’s Team Kenney. Two particular cases have highlighted this characteristic during the pandemic response.
“we are finding that we have too much PPE left to go around for those professionals who are keeping their practices in Alberta,”
I’ve yet to see any evidence that roleplaying a public health official or data scientist has any positive impacts on the outcome of our pandemic response; But as the premier continues to demonstrate, his need to put politics first always trumps rationalism.
Faced with an unprecedented pandemic that is fundamentally challenging our society, the Alberta United Conservative government has chosen to break the systems that will be relied upon to get us through this challenge instead of buttressing them.
In this situation, it is hard to discern the two faces of Trudeau from one another. Which one is the real man, and how closely related to the carefully curated persona is that real man?
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and CPC Lawyers have reacted to the news of Justin Trudeau’s 2001 brownface picture going viral today. “We have sent a cease and desist letter to the Liberal Party of Canada and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. As one of only two viable parties in […]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is both apologizing and defending his appearance in brownface at a party in 2001. Photos surfaced today of the Liberal leader from when he was a teacher at the private school West Point Grey Academy in British Columbia. “While I regret the photo, and […]
Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer has worked with his campaign team to try and proactively mitigate several impending disastrous days of media coverage related to candidates saying stupid shit online. As it turns out, about 70% of the nominated CPC candidates thought they had signed up to run […]
Alberta’s United Conservatives have announced an audacious plan to address classroom crowding. (See Premier, we have thesauruses too!) The plan will see the walls removed from all classrooms in what were formerly known as public schools. “By eliminating literal barriers, we will remove the metaphorical barriers created by […]