September 1st, 2019 | AR

Few Good Scenarios For Conservatives

September 1st, 2019 | JH

Let’s say Andrew Scheer gets lucky and is able to win 170 seats. This will ensure that the Conservatives have four years to hopefully undo some of the damage that Justin’s Liberals have inflicted on the country. This will also likely result in Justin Trudeau leaving politics for good. The Liberal party is already stewing behind the scenes and discontent is waiting for any possible failure. Fear not, however, because Justin will likely give a sigh of relief and welcome a future of feel-good speech making and endless days on the beach. He was born a wandering dilettante and should remain one after his political career comes crashing down. 

Reminder: Kent Hehr Is Terrible

September 1st, 2019 | RR

Almost two years ago, what seemed like an ongoing open secret in Alberta was blown wide open by a public servant named Kristen Raworth. She claimed that Calgary Centre MP, Kent Hehr, was a known creep while serving as a Liberal MLA in Alberta. None of it ever amounted to physical assault and it's difficult to prove hearsay, but in Justin Trudeau's land of rainbows, butterflies and equality, allegations like the ones aimed at Kent Hehr should have been met with zero tolerance. In Justin Trudeau's world, sexual misconduct and harassment only count as evils when they're committed by someone outside his circle of friends. That was the case with Kent Hehr, who got off scot-free and was allowed to stay in the Liberal caucus following an “inconclusive” investigation.

Other Viewpoints For Conservatives

September 1st, 2019 | JH

The purpose of this post is to introduce Canadians to some of the fascinating perspectives that can be found outside of the conservative mainstream and hopefully provide readers with ideas and viewpoints that help to explain why mainstream conservatism is such a failure. These links are from the U.S. since this is where the vanguard for a new conservatism is forming. Canada, as with most things, is ten steps behind. Hopefully this will introduce our Canadian readers to some of the developments in new conservatism that'sheading our way.

New Book, Adjustment Day, Hits Home

September 1st, 2019 | CW

Adjustment Day came out about a year ago and somehow it didn’t seem to get much traction. For a novel from the writer of Fight Club, his first in four years, to come and go without a lot of fanfare seemed a little strange. I missed it myself. Until now. Adjustment Day is a distillation of the political zeitgeist that exists in current year. Chuck Palahniuk has taken all the Twitter stress and outrage regarding every recent cultural development and presented a worldview drawn to a logical conclusion. In many ways this book destroys identity politics by illustrating the end results for us all. 

Anything Less Than A Majority Is A Loss

September 1st, 2019 | RR

If Conservatives don't win a majority in October, be prepared for a coalition between the Liberals, NDP and Greens. This is something people have been postulating for a while now, ever since it started looking like more of a reality—which it is. To keep his power, Trudeau will work out a deal with Elizabeth May, who already expressed a willingness to prop up Liberals to stave off a Conservative government. Worse yet, he'll try to find a way to work with Jagmeet Singh and the NDP, using the party's fear of conservatism as a means to make Singh look like a hero among his socialist base. Together, the three parties will make concessions and compromises in order to form a stable, left-wing government. Trudeau will cede to the absurd and destructive demands of Greens and socialists, creating a government that panders to left-wing mobs and activist groups from the furthest fringes.



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