Like some long-lost remnant from a different era, Joan Crockatt channels many of the right-wing talking points favourited by archaic American tea party candidates who lost so badly on November 6. However, what was lost in the USA is still popular in much of Alberta, especially in Calgary . . . → Read More: The Ballad of Joan Crockatt
Tweet Yesterday I foolishly posted about the new diversity at the National Post because of its excellent, fair and balanced coverage of the Robo-calls scandal. I concluded that, with its publication of an opinion piece by Jodie Emery, the paper had come to its senses and decided to be a real newspaper, taking in all points . . . → Read More: National Post endorses extremist Wildrose party
Well, boys ‘n’ girls, there’s a catchy slogan if I ever saw one—for red necks who live in a bunker, on a compound. Ain’t he just peachy?
I wonder what Calgary mayor, Naheed Nenshi thinks about that one?
It would appear that Danielle Smith . . . → Read More: Wildrose: Party of “Conscience”–They Go From Homophobia To White Supremacy