Am I Still A Separatist? The Canada Question

A lot of the sentiment driving people to consider Separatism in Alberta at present stems from a lot of the suffering emerging over our current economic malaise, a consequence of systematic mismanagement by the Federal Government as well as other Municipal and Provincial governments across the country. Moreover, that suffering is exacerbated by the systematic … More Am I Still A Separatist? The Canada Question

Am I Still A Separatist? The America Question

I’ve taken most of 2018 focusing on my family and my volunteer commitments in the Calgary target shooting community (please check out my gun blog: 3GunCalgary.com). My 3rd daughter is developmentally disabled and she has all the symptoms of an autistic child, and supporting her and my wife has led me to put extra activities … More Am I Still A Separatist? The America Question

Why the US Can Block Immigration and Canada Cannot

A consumer driven economy is one where economic activity and the exchange and transfer of wealth is primarily generated through the movement of consumer goods and services.  When a consumer goes into a Walmart to buy a pair of pants manufactured in Indonesia, the money they spend is redistributed to every person along the supply … More Why the US Can Block Immigration and Canada Cannot

Populism and the Future of Western Separatism

With Brian Jean’s recent announcement of an interest to merge the Wildrose Party with the Progressive Conservatives, I still believe Alberta Separatism is inevitable.  However, at present, I do not believe Wildrose (or whatever is left, should a PC-merger become a reality) will be the agent of change that brings it about. Wildrose started out … More Populism and the Future of Western Separatism