Albertans are strong. Albertans are free. Albertans choose to stay in Alberta rather than go where the equalization flows… because life is better here.
Paper Tiger – A person or thing that appears threatening but is ineffectual Part of the UCP’s narrative about merging the two conservative parties is that all the small-c conservatives Continue Reading
People often say, “don’t hate the player, hate the game”. As Albertans, we should already be painfully aware governance has consequences that extend well beyond the allotted playing time.
I answered no; businesses should not be solely responsible for an emissions tax.
And then came the rallies. Albertans didn’t like that they had to shore up for their emissions.
Maybe you’ve heard of John Carpay and his Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms. Perhaps you’ve followed the Parents for Choice in Education group or their joint effort in challenging the Continue Reading
Duane Bratt, a political science Professor and Chair in the Department of Economics, Justice, and Policy Studies at Mount Royal University, wrote a fantastic article about how political parties can, Continue Reading
I wanted to do a year in review but guests like Stephen Carter have so much history with which to provide context that it’s difficult to keep on track. My Continue Reading
The Yellow Vest movement has surfaced in Canada to protest the Liberal government’s carbon tax but few have looked beyond the vest. Yes, the movement was initially protesting an added Continue Reading
Did You Hear About the One Where Jeff Callaway Entered the UCP Leadership Race Solely to Sink Brian Jean?
Earlier today a video was being passed around from YouTube. It had no picture but purported to be Wendy Adam speaking with someone from the Highwood area about Jeff Callaway’s Continue Reading