Alberta has a chance in independence to attain something even better than American statehood. When Alberta separates from Canada, the United States would immediately offer us statehood into the union. If (and that’s a BIG if) Albertans made the choice, it is likely within hours our province would be the newest American state. Objectively speaking, American statehood is … More Alberta Independence: Better than US Statehood
Growing up in Alberta as the youngest son of two immigrants, I never felt special or coddled because I was a minority. I never felt the white people around me were privileged or needed grant me any special treatment because of the color of my skin or ancestry of my parents. Even as an adult, when I … More Alberta Of My Childhood: I Want It For My Children
It is anyone’s guess what would happen when Alberta Separates. Certainly, after separation, Alberta will face serious challenges but we also will be in a unique situation with leverage to institute positive change, not just for ourselves, but for all Canadians. In his book, Accidental Superpower (a book I highly recommend), Peter Zeihan proposes that joining the US would … More Alberta Separation: What Comes Next?
I’ve known for quite some time Canada is in big trouble. I have spent years preparing for a major downturn in Canada and I am confident in saying, the time has come. Even under Stephen Harper, it was evident Canada was a cruise liner on a slow motion collision course with an iceberg and there was nothing … More The Coming Canadian Shipwreck
My father is one of the finest men Canada has produced in the past 40 years. I think he’s as Canadian as a Canadian can be. He immigrated to Alberta from Hong Kong in the 1970s while in his teens to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta. He graduated top of his class, landed … More Canada: So Great Canadians Love To Leave It
Alberta and Saskatchewan joined confederation at the exact same time (1905). The region Prior to both provinces had been a set of independent districts of the North West Territories. The Eastern Canadian elites created Alberta and Saskatchewan as separate provinces because they were concerned one day the people in that region might challenge their economic and political … More If Not Separation, How About Merger?
Conventional wisdom in Canada discourages the creation of value. Instead of focusing on activity that creates real value through mutual voluntary exchange, generations of Canadians have been brainwashed with the false, socialist narrative that work equals value regardless of the actual outcome, result or product of such work. Sadly, this is an ideology that bisects … More Canada Will Fail (Part 1): No Concept of Value