It shouldn’t be a surprise to political observers that the UCP served as a trojan horse for the politically shunned because it’s precisely what happened with the federal CPC…
With “super incumbent” Brian Jean easily winning a seat that was previously held by both himself and the UCP, it sets Alberta onto a path that wasn’t part of Jason Kenney’s plans. It’s not often that a person who has won five previous elections shows up as a […]
The problem for Kenney is that – in his position as leader of the UCP, and therefore as Premier – Covid restrictions are political, rather than public health, issues.
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 […]
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.
“The Jason Kenney bandwagon, like the party’s war chest, has a lot of empty space.”
“I think there’s a death of conservative parties because the parties just aren’t principled anymore,” Nicholas said.
To date, fewer elected officials have spoken publicly about Aloha-gate than actually went on vacation.