Not all Canadians agree on abortion, and not all Canadians agree on LGBT issues. And, as a result, compromises must be made in our public lives and on our government building properties.
It is now safe to say that any doubts one may have regarding O'Leary's character should be disproven by his endorsement of Maxime Bernier.
Since May of 2015, Alberta has been under a majority New Democratic Party Government. The result: severe disappointment for the very Albertans that elected them. Oil has always been an immense factor in Alberta's economy, with the province being the largest supplier located in Canada. When oil prices dropped, the provincial government should have seen … Continue reading Jason Kenney and the Rebirth of Alberta’s Right Wing
The electing of Donald Trump as President has caused illegal immigrants in the United States to fear deportation. For the first time in almost a decade, people living illegally in the United States of America are facing eviction. The result of this panic? Many have looked to Canada as a new home. Canada's slack immigration … Continue reading Canada’s ‘Swiss Cheese’ Border
Kevin O'Leary was nowhere to be found.
Justin Trudeau was sworn into office on November 4th, 2015. In the 14 months he has been Prime Minister, he has managed to do one thing consistently: incur monumental debt with his absurd and careless spending of taxpayers money. When a new government is elected, said government allocates funds to move their Cabinet and aides … Continue reading Trudeau’s Superstar Spending
Kellie Leitch's policies should be criticized and questioned. Demonizing her for them, however, is asinine. Kellie Leitch has been heavily criticized by the Canadian media due to her recently released immigration policies. The CBC and Maclean's Magazine, both rooted in the left, have labeled her as a racist for her "radical" views on immigration and … Continue reading Is Kellie Leitch’s Immigration Policy “Racist”?