As voters grow weary of broken promises by the Trudeau government and promises which appear to be on track to be broken, like electoral reform, now would be a good time for frustrated voters to...Read More
There has been much discussion lately about whether the Wildrose Party and the Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta should or could co-operate to create a united, principled, competent...Read More
Since the May 2015 election, political pundits and activists have been actively discussing whether or not there is enough common ground for the Progressive Conservatives and Wildrose to join...Read More
My father, Ernest C. Manning spent almost his entire adult life in politics – 33 years as a member of the Alberta legislature, 25 of those as premier, and 13 years as a member of the Canada’s...Read More
There might be an easy way to stop Premier Kathleen Wynne’s new subsidy plan for political parties. All it requires is a single member of Ontario’s legislature to do something simple.
According to the dictionary, “to trump” means to get the better of, outdo, defeat or beat someone or something, often in a highly public way. Thus the objective of the Republican establishment in...Read More
While the federal government continues to muse about a large deficit in today’s budget, one of the best arguments against running a deficit actually comes from a federal government report.
Suppose we had intercepted a confidential briefing memo to the President of the United States from a State Department operative based in Ottawa on preparing for Justin Trudeau’s Washington visit....Read More
“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again, there is nothing new under the sun,” as King Solomon noted 3,000 years ago, and so it is today as we greet the latest “news”...Read More