March 1st, 2021 | JH
Jay Hill has a long history of shaking things up and thinking for himself. As a Member of Parliament for the Reform Party, and then the Canadian Alliance, and then the Conservative Party of Canada… he has seen it all. Now he’s onto the most important project of his career: leading the Maverick Party, which purports to offer Western Canadians true representation in Ottawa.
March 1st, 2021 | TC
You have very likely heard about the controversial Time article written by Nancy Pelosi's biographer, Molly Ball, that was published in February. In it, Ball goes into great detail about how the 2020 presidential election was “fortified” against Donald Trump by a cabal of CEOs and activist groups across the country in a righteous attempt to protect democracy from the dictatorial desires of the Manhattan billionaire.
March 1st, 2021 | RR
In 2020, Canada increased its foreign spending to $6.5B. This is a steady increase from previous years, with much of the increase going to fight the pandemic in other countries. During the 2019 election campaign, Conservatives promised to cut foreign aid by 25%, pleasing many of their supporters but antagonizing the mainstream media and Liberals.
March 1st, 2021 | JH
Both of these guys are on the cutting edge of our cultural madness. Murray has a new book called, The Madness of the Crowds and, from the lament and dismay of the podcast, he may be nearing the end of his tenure of cultural critic. I suspect we may be getting to a point where many people are on the verge of dropping out of keeping up.
March 1st, 2021 | FT
If you haven't binged the first three seasons of Yellowstone on Amazon Prime yet, you have a few months before the fourth season premiers on the Paramount Network. The show has an appeal that reaches across all political lines and touches on subjects that many conservatives in rural Canada can relate to.
February 1st, 2021 | JH
In the days before the Senate run-off elections in Georgia, there was a growing movement amongst conservatives to give up on the Republican Party and not bother getting out to vote. The argument suggests the Republicans are a party of cuckservatives that don’t deserve to be supported. Even when they win, they lose. Conservatives can’t conserve anything because the nature of the system itself is progressive.
January 1st, 2021 | Spartacus
Who could have imagined that a bunch of effeminate beta male tech-dorks would be the arbiters of truth in 2021? A humanoid droid at Facebook employs his own fact-checkers to dispute content that challenges the leftist framework. A bearded hipster dope at Twitter suspends users and flags legitimate news stories when they don't adhere to the Democrat Party's narratives. Estrogen junkies at Google use algorithms to block important information and decide which sites should be considered authoritative.