Dual nominations: A proposed solution to the western Canadian conservative conundrum

Mark Wegierski The Maverick Party (formerly the Wexit Party) is the federal Western separatist party readying to attack the Conservative flank in the next election. The Conservatives do not need an election, until they can figure out how to deal with this undoubtedly potentially fatal vote splitting. Their Western flank is only going to be more exposed as time passes (as Wexit/’Buffalo’/separatism [...]

2021-08-13T09:05:56-04:00August 13, 2021|Politics, Politics, Soconvivium|

“Cancelling my membership to the Conservative Party of Canada”: Decarie

Richard Decarie Special to The Interim Richard Decarie has been pilloried for his socially conservative stances. As you know, over a year ago in January 2020, I launched my campaign for leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC). With a guiding intuition of what was to come– and is still coming – I was committed to saying out loud what too [...]

2021-04-01T18:54:07-04:00March 29, 2021|Politics, Soconvivium|

The ideological consequences of WWII

80 years since its outbreak, World War II continues to shape the world: A précis of some of the ideological consequences of the war World War II and one of its main ideological results – the general discrediting of Western traditionalism -- continue to shape events in the world today. Among the long-term effects of the war, there is the ongoing erosion [...]

2020-12-03T11:16:30-05:00August 30, 2019|Soconvivium|

Is there a future for Canadian social conservatism?

It could be argued that, over the last five decades, Canadian social conservatism has failed to successfully propagandize a “counter-ethic” to the now-prevalent “social-liberal idea of Canada.” The origins of the decline of Canadian social conservatism can be traced to the battles from 1963 to 1968 between Liberal Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson and the staunch Tory John Diefenbaker (Prime Minister from [...]

2018-08-28T12:23:04-04:00August 28, 2018|Soconvivium|

Conservative Policy Convention shocker: Ambrose, Rempel scuttle policy process

Conservative Policy Convention shocker: Ambrose, Rempel scuttle policy process, pro-life Tories to be silenced at convention Paul Tuns The Interim The Interim has learned that a last minute intervention by interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose will prevent any debate on the party’s abortion policy at the upcoming convention in Vancouver May 26-28. This past Thursday, at Ambrose’s request, the National Policy Committee [...]

2016-04-30T14:44:19-04:00April 30, 2016|Soconvivium|
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