What do bathroom bills in the states, Jordan Peterson, Jason Kenney and Brad Trost all have in common? They embrace, or are at least open to, socially conservative views. And they are expressing those views. Publicly.
And they are being slammed for it by liberals, the media and social media. And they don’t care. And they won’t back down.
Continue reading “Social Conservatives in politics – a new wind blows”
Here are a few things I found interesting recently.
Continue reading “Interesting stuff – summer 2016”
I’m not a fan of the facepalm-inducing “The Rebel” website, nor do I particularly like the fact that they seem to be the most vocal voice of Conservativism in Alberta, but the NDP decision to ban them from public events was clearly an ill-conceived idea. Like it or not, we need to subject ourselves to the views of those we disagree with.
But there seems to be a strong undercurrent in our society of rejecting divergent perspectives. And it comes from some surprising sources.
Continue reading “Contrary perspectives welcome”
It is reported that Prime Minister Trudeau was somewhat at a loss when an average Canadian asked him what he’s going to do to fix the economy. This article, written in response to that event, makes a very important point:
Fixing the economy is not the kind of thing any politician can do!
Continue reading “Political saviors”