Maxime Bernier, according to a recent Nanos poll is up to 17%. That’s 17% of Canadians who would be open to supporting his new party in the next election. An Abacus Data poll shortly after he announced he was leaving the Conservative Party of Canada had him at 13%. All Mr. Bernier has really done […]Read More Write off Max Bernier at your peril.
I was reading a tweet that Charles Adler retweeted with a response from a woman who’s fed up with Andrew Scheer’s poll-possessed, weak-knee’d, stand-for-nothing leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. The tweet got me thinking. Andrew Scheer is an avatar for a political party who’s primary concern, beyond all else, is attaining power. Despite […]Read More Scheer’s Empty Vessel.
I sat this afternoon glued to the CPAC feed on my laptop of the Conservative Party of Canada leadership convention. Andrew Scheer is the new leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. Mr. Scheer came second on every ballot from the first right through the twelfth, and then on the final 13th ballot he […]Read More Andrew Scheer
Sorry, its not a post about our water quality which deserves a post for itself. This is about the Conservative Party of Canada leadership race. I want to share an interview that was done by Mark Steyn with Maxime Bernier. Affectionately known as “Mad Max” by some of his supporters, he’s running a principled campaign […]Read More We need clear blue water.