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Lee Richardson
David J. Climenhaga | The fact a Tory stalwart is considering running for the Liberals in Calgary after a long career in Conservative ranks should tell you which way Canada's political wind is blowing.
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Jason Kenney
David J. Climenhaga | There may be a deeper reason for Jason Kenney’s fears: the behaviour of his own supporters. His blame-the-Dippers strategy sounds a lot like a case of transference!
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Jason Kenney
David J. Climenhaga | Five attempted coups against Alberta political parties in the space of a year and half strongly suggests we are witnessing a real phenomenon.
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Stephen Harper
David J. Climenhaga | It is axiomatic a supposedly national party can't exclusively take the side of a single province without doing itself serious harm. Yet this seems to be what the current CPC leadership wants to do.
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Karl Nerenberg | Seeking support to win the PC leadership race in 2003, Peter MacKay promised that there would be no merger with Stephen Harper's party, the Canadian Alliance. Months later, he engineered a merger.
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Kathleen Lahey
David J. Climenhaga | Very little of the money from the Tory income-splitting dodge will get to people who need it.
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Chuck Strahl
David J. Climenhaga | Former Reform MP Chuck Strahl's dual role should ring alarm bells in quarters concerned about free expression, democratic dissent, privacy rights and the oversight of security agencies.
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Sinclair Stevens | It's the tenth anniversary of Stephen Harper's takeover of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada and his full commitment to staunch conservative politics.
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Chuck Strahl
David J. Climenhaga | If it is inappropriate for Chuck Strahl to serve SIRC and work for the B.C. Liberals, surely it is also inappropriate for him to have a similar dual role with the Manning Centre and SIRC.
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David J. Climenhaga | If the Wildrose comes to power in Alberta, as is already the case in Parliament, reality will be what the Party says it is.
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Wildrose Alliance Strategist Vitor Marciano
David J. Climenhaga | Within a decade, probably much less, the Alberta Progressive Conservatives and the Wildrose Alliance will be one party, situated much farther to the right.