December 6th, 2019 | RR

Election 2019: Ten Lessons For Conservatives

December 1st, 2019 | JH

Voters are fickle. If an election were called right now, we’d probably get different results already. Often incumbent parties are in power for at least a couple of terms before as Brian Mulroney recounted, “The tides come in and the tides come out”. Next election might be won by Conservatives, or not… who knows. There doesn’t seem to be anything you can do about it other than to show up and try. Trudeau has proven that qualifications and decency and competency and integrity don’t matter to Canadians so the next election campaign can pretty much be whatever anyone wants it to be and there is no telling how it will go.

Liberal Toronto Is Sick

December 1st, 2019 | SP

My friends, let us not pretend that the stench of degeneracy, crime and immoral behaviour does not follow left-wing voters everywhere they go. Wherever they live, Liberal voters turn communities and neighbourhoods into wrecks made up of drug addiction, depravity and crime. Toronto is no exception. Even with its pathetic liberal-in-disguise mayor, John Tory, Toronto is severely faltering and collapsing into a heap of decadence that has rarely been seen in modern, first-world countries like Canada. Take, for instance, the latest rash of poo-dumping in and around the University Of Toronto and York regions.

Andrew Scheer Has A Secret Weapon

December 1st, 2019 | RR

Andrew Scheer has wit. That's one of the reasons I voted for him in the CPC leadership. Scheer also knows how to use references to pop culture, which is something he should have done more during the campaign. He loves The Simpsons, he's good at cracking playful roast-style jokes and he has a way about him that most Canadians would like—if they saw more of it. Whoever thought it was a good idea to encourage Scheer to restrain himself made a huge mistake. The Andrew Scheer I voted for in the CPC leadership race was not the Andrew Scheer I saw on the campaign trail.

How To Win In The Age Of Climate Hysteria

December 1st, 2019 | JH

One of the biggest challenges for Conservatives in the next election is going to be dealing with the new religion of Climate Change. Society has moved past the debate phase of Climate Change and it is now firmly entrenched as a moral imperative. The opposition on the Right has failed. Appeals to science, reason, economics, competitiveness, realism… all a failure. The Left created a moral narrative and changed the culture accordingly. 

Conservatives Become Unwitting Pawns

December 1st, 2019 | RR

A lot of people who like to call themselves conservative seem to have fallen prey to the left's Hunger Games. Like useful idiots and pawns, they seem more concerned about getting rid of Andrew Scheer than Justin Trudeau. Some will say that Scheer has no chance of beating Trudeau, or that he snatched defeat from the jaws of victory—but they're all wrong. Canada has never been a conservative country and winning elections has never been a walk in the park for Conservatives. 

The Western Standard Returns

December 1st, 2019 | JH

You may not be old enough to remember how important and bombastic the Western Standard magazine used to be. Ezra Levant and a coalition of backers launched one of the best right-wing publications this country had ever seen before. It was like an anti-MacLean’s magazine featuring intelligent and provocative articles and editorials that the rest of the mainstream media would never touch, with topics they would never think to address.


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