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Tearing Democracy Down, One Brick At A Time
I’ve taken a step back, or more accurately multiple steps back, from politics over the last couple of years. I didn’t get tired of politics and I still believe that politics is important. I just got tired of the lying; … Continue reading
Posted in Character, Politics, Uncategorized Tagged elections, leadership, politics, polls 6 Comments
Is It Time To Talk Seriously About Whether To Unite The Right?
The last couple of years have not been kind to Alberta. Natural gas prices have remained low for 8 years now on a sustained basis. Oil prices followed suit and started to collapse in June of 2014, after averaging roughly … Continue reading
Posted in Character, Politics Tagged leadership, politics, polls 4 Comments
Will the Next Leader, Be a Leader?
Would you like to lead the Conservative Party of Canada? There is a vacancy. Prime Minister Steven Harper stepped down as leader following the 2015 federal election. The race to replace him is now underway. If you’re actually interested, you’ll … Continue reading
If You Build It, They Will Come*
*With apologies to W. P. Kinsella (for ‘borrowing’ and misquoting “If you build it, he will come”) I’ve now heard or read a dozen plus politicians, former politicians, wannabe politicians, commentators and politically savvy folks of all stripes, note that the … Continue reading
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