Alberta’s Way Forward – laying out a vision for the future

In order to succeed in Alberta politics, it’s important to not just be something that people vote for in protest, though that has certainly played a role in the rise of the NDP in 2015 and the subsequent rise of the UCP. In my experience and interactions with people at events, online, and face to … Continue reading Alberta’s Way Forward – laying out a vision for the future

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“What’s your stance on the gay agenda and those Muslims?”

"What's your stance on the gay agenda and those Muslims?" That's a question that was asked recently at a political meeting. It was an event like pretty much any other. A group of people gather in a pub (or maybe it was a restaurant, maybe a community hall). As a growing party a lot of … Continue reading “What’s your stance on the gay agenda and those Muslims?”

Why aren’t other Alberta political leaders going after the #Fildepocket scandal?

Derek Fildebrandt has arguably been the most newsworthy Albertan of the past 24 hours. The revelation that he has been subletting his luxury, taxpayer-funded, downtown Edmonton apartment while claiming the maximum allowable (of nearly $2000 a month) has rightfully incensed the general public. This is the type of stuff that a political opponent, and communications … Continue reading Why aren’t other Alberta political leaders going after the #Fildepocket scandal?