Somewhere along the way conservatism lost its way, and evolved into a spiteful and petty ideology that is far less about conserving anything really, and far more reactionary, regressive, and aggressive. For much of my youth, Progressive Conservatives worked hard to espouse fiscal responsibility, champion environmental conservation, and […]
Here for the ratio… ~@fakeezzie Russell Brand could be forgiven for believing he was talking to an ally when he was introduced to the Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions. I mean, his actual title is MINISTER… of MENTAL HEALTH and ADDICTIONS. Why would anyone think otherwise? […]
Deirdre & Robbie discuss the new Alberta Energy War Room, what it intends to accomplish, and how best to get there.
Alberta’s War Room is getting off to a rocky start and should be a cause for concern for anyone who is an advocate for freedom of speech/expression, and for truth in advertising. The $30 million-dollar government funded war room is intended to aggressively change the conversation around Alberta’s […]
After the election of the United Conservative Party, I referred to Jason Nixon being appointed to Minister of Environment and Parks as Jason Kenney’s greatest troll. I can admit when I might have been wrong. There’s no proof yet so this is all conjecture, but… The Minister of […]
Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me. Anyone who thinks language doesn’t matter hasn’t been referred to as a “host body” lately. We Canadians usually look to the United States with both a mixture of awe and inspiration. Awe isn’t necessarily a […]
There is little incentive for Kenney to offer to fund the three conservative spin-offs from his “unite in spite” project but there is much less incentive to fund the Party that could actually unite Alberta for realzies.
Alberta, home of the Conservatives, land of the strong and free. Nary a homegrown provincial political leader can save us from ourselves, but praise be, our saviour Jason Kenney has arrived from distant lands to bring us to prosperity and restore the Alberta Advantage. Just as Jim Prentice […]
Remember hearing how the NDP didn’t campaign on a carbon tax in 2015? Well, that was the prime. If you don’t hear the NDP campaigning on a sales tax, there’s no reason to believe they won’t implement one anyway.