Smith doesn’t tell her listeners that Calton is an economic historian and not a medical professional. She also doesn’t mention that the “Mises Institute is the world’s leading supporter of the ideas of liberty and the Austrian School of economics,” rather than an institute supporting public health and safety.
When you have every Karen and Daryl snatching likes from the lowest common denominator on Facebook for free, you can hardly blame the country’s mac and cheese-powered “thought leaders” for trying to recover their place as the chosen few who provide vocabulary lessons to thousands across the country.
Our colleagues in the world of political analysis, Scott Howard Payne and Robbie Kreger-Smith, did some collaboration and pontification on the way that progressive activists, from all parties, can rally together without merging. The ultimate goal being the removal of the current UCP government in 2023. While the […]
“We don’t want big money to distort or have an unfair effect on election outcomes,” – AUMA President
Barry Morishita, Mayor of the City of Brooks and President of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association is speaking out about the Alberta Government’s introduction of Bill 29 – the Local Authorities Election Amendment Act. The bill proposes removal of caps on overall donations, with a $5,000 contribution limit […]
Connect: @Mitchell_ABdmaclean@countersign.ca The long anticipated Fair Deal Panel report was finally released to the public Wednesday, and though there is a lot of back-slapping going on, the government isn’t talking about the hundreds of millions of dollars obtaining the “fair deal” will cost Alberta. Contracting the R.C.M.P. comes […]
“People gotta understand that I’m here for a much greater purpose than doing what they want – I’m here to do what I want,”
Was Harper’s decision to freeze the media out of the conversation intentional? Absolutely – not that he will take any responsibility for it.
The writing was on the wall – Bill 10 was not the target – Alberta’s Public Health Act was.
It’s possible that reopening the economy won’t result in more deaths than would have happened anyway.