The future of Alberta’s Progressive Conservative Party

Anyone within the cabinet ranks right now has too many bodies buried and too many debts to pay to become leader

The future of Alberta’s Progressive Conservative PartyEDMONTON, AB, Mar 20, 2014/ Troy Media/ - Alberta Premier Alison Redford’s decision to resign showed uncommon common sense. There was no way she could survive the coming onslaught from the Progressive Conservative Party’s own leadership – the rank and file and the constituency associations. The Presidents of these associations were about to meet as…

A Premier on probation

Alison Redford and the future of Alberta

A Premier on probationEDMONTON, AB, Mar 19, 2014/ Troy Media/ - Let’s begin by acknowledging that Alberta Premier Alison Redford is a very intelligent woman. She is able to understand complex issues and simplify them; she is able to analyze a lot of information and ask appropriate and insightful questions; she can develop and sustain a complex argument…

Coal is back in favour

Even environmental darling Germany is increasing coal capacity

Coal is back in favourFebruary 2, 2013 EDMONTON, AB, Feb. 2, 2013/ Troy Media/ - According to James Hanson, climate warmist and chief prophet of doom, coal is the single biggest danger to the planet and our survival. He called coal fired power plants 'factories of death' and has suggested that the continued use of existing coal fired energy,…