The UCP leadership race has made it almost impossible for us politicos to take a break this summer and I’m feeling it. I’m tired, cranky, and trying to enjoy the few days left until school begins. It should be a happy time in any household. However, my patience […]
Alberta’s PC party was a remarkably successful “big tent” party; not just because of that ideological leeway, but also because it served as a home for those who were not ideologically conservative but were beholden to a conservative identity.
If the UCP can call themselves “united”, the Buffalo Party can get away with a bison logo. When the Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties voted to merge in 2017, there was an understanding on behalf of some voters that the merger would be a partnership of equals. That […]
Jason Kenney will face the leadership review he agreed to let the UCP members hold in April, and he’ll do it amongst friends. For $10, you can become a member of a private club (if they permit) and for an additional $100 (plus expenses), you too can have […]
In the fairy tale that is Alberta, this major miscalculation is deemed a gift from the Gods, or God, or whomever grants Alberta free money under a conservative government.
But if Kenney doesn’t get an actual win soon, it’ll be “shunned and stunned” for the province’s natural governing party – again.
Alberta’s government is doubling down on their bad decisions and every illness and preventable death that follows belongs to them. Every, single, one.
If you put others at risk, you are the problem.
Apparently, Aheer was too much culture, multiculturalism, and woman, to implement Kenney’s vision of the Alberta Identity.