“People told me they voted for me because I wasn’t Wildrose.. “
This time, it’s personal. In the grand scheme of things, I’m new here. I started following politics in 2015 and I wasn’t overly involved in political party processes. I was Continue Reading
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.
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
“How did we get here?” is a question often asked and I wanted to put that to Minister Jansen. I wanted to know when she became interested in politics and Continue Reading
“Sour grapes” usually refers to someone who suddenly finds something undesirable because they cannot have it. This week, Prab Gill, MLA for Calgary-Greenway, was accused of having a case of Continue Reading
Last Saturday, John Carpay, a United Conservative member who has been called a “close personal friend” of Jason Kenney’s, gave a speech at a Rebel Live event in Calgary. The Continue Reading
Robbie Kreger-Smith Alberta’s governing NDP is currently facing a very public firestorm over a backbench MLA who has refused to sit in the Legislature due to what she calls a Continue Reading
In a recent statement disavowing a former employee’s white supremacist ties, Jason Kenney reiterated his stellar record on immigration issues which, as some pointed out, isn’t really all that stellar. Continue Reading
The Alberta New Democrat convention was held in Edmonton last weekend and with it, the outline of their campaign for 2019. If I have been impressed with Conservative messaging in Continue Reading