Towards a sane environmental policy

In a recent article in Forbes magazine, Professor Roger A Pielke Jr, who is vilified by some as being a climate change denier, but who appears to be a reputable (if controversial) and well qualified researcher suggests that energy consumption is growing at a rate that makes reducing greenhouse gas emissions by any margin at all … Continue reading Towards a sane environmental policy

What the CPC didn’t do

Back in the summer of 2016, I said (speaking as a Conservative partisan) that: "Our task in 2019 is far less daunting than the one the Liberals faced in 2013, 14 and 15. We need to convince ‘only’ about 1,000,000 voters to switch from Liberal to Conservative. Some of them, actually many of them, have voted for us in … Continue reading What the CPC didn’t do

A sad litany of failures

There is an interesting article by Rachel Browne in Global News' 'Decision Canada 2019' section headlined: "In 2015, Justin Trudeau declared ‘Canada is back’— so where are we now?" It begins by remembering that "Right after Justin Trudeau led the Liberals to a strong victory in the 2015 federal election, he declared that he would also guide Canada … Continue reading A sad litany of failures

Everyone needs to watch this …

This video ~ Over A Barrel ~ is FREE, on Facebook, until 31 October 2019. Vivian Krause has exposed the fact, and I assert that it is a fact, that there is a concerted campaign, supported by the Bloc Québecois, by the Green Party, by Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party and by the NDP that aims to … Continue reading Everyone needs to watch this …

The imposter

The Globe and Mail's Robert Fife and Daniel Leblanc seem to be, it appears, something like the "go-to guys" for Liberals who are fed up with Justin Trudeau's lies and unethical behaviours. This time they recount the sad story of "Montreal-area MP Eva Nassif [who] says she was denied the Liberal nomination in her riding … Continue reading The imposter

A matter of trust

A recent article in the Globe and Mail says that "Ethics is a key pain point for Mr. Trudeau. The Nanos data suggest that only about 17 per cent of Canadians believe Mr. Trudeau would be best at leading an ethical government, trailing both Elizabeth May (23 per cent) and Andrew Scheer (20 per cent). For Mr. … Continue reading A matter of trust

Ethical things

I said, back in early May, that I was sorry to see Liberal MP and former Canadian Army Lieutenant General Andrew Leslie retire from politics. I guessed, at the time, that "he might be leaving because he is fed up with Justin Trudeau’s bumbling and bungling and dishonesty and also by being passed over in favour of … Continue reading Ethical things