Category Archives: Provincial Politics

Continental Corruption

Layers and layers of leftwing corruption are oozing out of the swamps across North America. From Queen’s Park to Parliament Hill and beyond, lefties and liberals seem unable to silence their slimy secrets. Some of these cover-ups and creative accounting … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks in Troubled Times

It’s a challenge to remain optimistic about the future in this troubled world. One could easily give in to feelings of despair, cynicism and apathy. Never have I seen such divisiveness in our society. One would almost think there is … Continue reading

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New Season; New beginnings?

Since autumn is starting and the MPs are back in Parliament, I thought I’d put up a new post. Andrew Scheer seems like he’s finding his way as Leader of the Official Opposition. I watched question period yesterday and Bill … Continue reading

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Conservative Leadership M.I.A

This will be more of a rant than a blog post but I am seriously disappointed in the conservatives both provincially and federally (with the exception of Brad Wall, and now he’s leaving). Both Andrew Scheer and Patrick Brown have … Continue reading

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Premier Brad Wall – a Man of Integrity

Rex Murphy wrote an eloquent column in praise of Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall on Friday – Brad Wall’s departure a rare show of sanity and humility in politics. Reading a Rex Murphy piece is something that must not be rushed. … Continue reading

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