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vote-splitting

I keep hearing people (almost universally CPC supporters) advancing arguments like “you can’t split the vote” or a “vote for the PPC is a vote for Trudeau”. A vote for the PPC is a vote for the PPC. It is a vote for the one political party willing to...

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Facing Giants in the Age of Political Correctness

Something very disturbing has happen as regards the many social issues that have arisen to prominence in the last 20 years. Opinions that were once very common and widespread now get vilified whenever they are expressed publicly. In many cases, the opinion...

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An Empty Tarmac

On April 12th, 2018, as he prepared to board a plane heading for the Summit of the Americas in Peru, Trudeau turned and waved to an empty tarmac. Nobody was there, but it was a photo op, and a brilliant metaphor for a foreign policy that is high on fashion...

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Trudeau the Science Guy

Trudeau knows a little bit of what constitutes good science. He once sat next to Bill Nye the Science Guy and regaled us with musings of how “Every single human being starts off as a scientist. When you’re a baby, you are a scientist. If I make this noise,...

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The #MeToo Groper

To be a modern progressive liberal, a person must do two things: project upon others that which is true of oneself, and insist that others do that which they are unwilling to do themselves. Repressive folks of the past called this hypocrisy, implying that...

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“We Like To Say Peoplekind”

On February 1st, 2018, a woman rose in a town hall meeting with the Prime Minister and offered some fawning praise. She thanked him for coming, and for filling the seats of his Cabinet with female leaders, proclaiming “we believe that you’ve done this...

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Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada arrives in the Fraser Valley

The People’s Party of Canada (PPC) has arrived in the eastern Fraser Valley and they are serious about the 2019 federal election.

The PPC is the creation of Maxime Bernier who lost the leadership of the federal Conservative Party to Andrew Scheer in May 2017 by a margin of 50.95 per cent to 49.05 per cent. He then fled the Conservatives calling the party “too intellectually and morally corrupt.”

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Why I Am Leaving the Conservative Party of Canada

Over the past few months, I have been raising policy issues which I believe are crucially important for the future of our country. This is my job as a Member of Parliament.

Moreover, it is my duty, as a Conservative Member of Parliament, to contribute to debates and to offer policy solutions from a conservative perspective. Otherwise, what is the point of being involved in politics?

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