Present-day conservatives get offended when they’re accused of supporting a party that wants to reduce women’s access to reproductive choice. They don’t appreciate being lumped in with fellow supporters who don’t believe climate change is real. And they get particularly prickly when they’re associated with the neo-Nazi’s who […]
Erin O’Toole has been looking for an issue that will differentiate himself from his predecessor, Andrew Scheer, and make a case for why he ought to be Prime Minister instead of Justin Trudeau. He’s found an unlikely friend in China. Sure, the newly minted Conservative leader has employed […]
O’Toole also promised to bend over in any direction for seat-rich Quebec’s provincial autonomy – so long as those seats are filled with Conservative asses
Groups like RightNow – including Real Women Canada and Campaign Life Coalition – would like the rest of us to believe that the CPC is a mainstream political organization that will represent all Canadians.
Ideological purity is noble, in theory, but it doesn’t win elections.
Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean My confirmation bias senses are tingling. In a recent interview with CBC, Stephen Harper’s former campaign director Jenni Byrne spoke about the growing opposition within the Conservative Party of Canada to Andrew Scheer remaining Leader of the Official Opposition. Of course, the push to replace Scheer […]
Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean Conservative Party of Canada leader Andrew Scheer hasn’t exactly been a beacon of “unity” since the October election although he says his caucus is behind him. Despite Scheer’s determination to pit his over-sized regional support against his underwhelming regional support in other parts of Canada, Alberta […]
The Conservative Party of Canada released its platform today announcing $53 billion in decreased spending. On the chopping block are inefficiencies, waste and luxury cubicles. “We want to balance the budget within four years but we also want to hand out tax cuts; therefore we need to cut […]
Conservatives from around the country descended on Ontario this weekend to campaign for their leader in a province that matters, politically speaking. Conservative Party of Canada leader, Andrew Scheer, whose reputation as a highly respected insurance broker took a hit at the beginning of the week, became the […]