April 1st, 2022 | CW

Conservatives Should Count Blessings, Not Curses

April 1st, 2022 | JH

I’ve been listening to the Western Standard’s podcast “Triggered” recently and so should you. It’s a great package of current events and interviews featuring topics and conversations from our side of the great divide. One point of criticism I have for the show is in regard to host Cory Morgan and his rants. He delivers boilerplate conservative pet peeves on a daily basis and the intelligence of his opinions is better than average, but the problem is in his delivery. 

Imagine Believing Freedom Is Nazism

April 1st, 2022 | AR

One of the most tried and true methods in politics has succeeded in demonizing and vilifying people who oppose big government and laws that take away our ability as individuals to make choices. The method of using fringe groups and a few odd ducks to define an entire group of people has been used for centuries, sometimes with great success or great failure. We have seen it with Q-Anon used against Trump supporters and with the alt-right used against conservatives. 

Surviving And Investing In Volatility

April 1st, 2022 | JH

In 2016 I wrote this article suggesting that then would have been a good time to buy oil stocks. We were a couple of years into the most recent oil crash and green-schilling economists and financial advisors were talking about how oil and gas was done and renewable green energy was the future. I knew they were wrong (for then and for now) and if you’re reading Poletical you probably knew it too, so I pointed out five energy stocks and suggested it was a good buying opportunity.

Robin Hood And The Evils Of Taxation

April 1st, 2022 | JH

There’s a period of Disney movies made after Walt Disney died in the early 70’s, but before the Jeffrey Katzenberg-era of the Disney Renaissance of The Little Mermaid in 1989. Some refer to this as Disney’s Dark Age. They made a lot of movies that were a little more somber and edgier. The movies from this era have a unique look and feel to them that contrasts with much of the 90’s stuff that was more refined and calculated and corporate. 

The Conservative Case For Proportional Representation

April 1st, 2022 | DS

Electoral reform and, specifically, proportional representation have been dismissed and lambasted here at Poletical by other contributors, but there are a growing number of reasons to revisit the debate and to consider proportional representation from a conservative point of view. One of those reasons is for smaller, more conservative parties like the PPC to get elected. Another is to limit majority governments. 

Previously:
It's Time To Crush Environmental Terrorists

March 1st, 2022 | RR

When the next Conservative government invokes the Emergencies Act for their own reasons, remember who did it first. It was a woke Liberal government that set the precedent and it will be the next right-wing government that invokes it again. You heard it here first. In fact, all conservatives should be on board with invoking it to crush environmental terrorists, like the ones who attacked pipeline workers in B.C. with axes and destroyed millions worth of equipment.

                        

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