"I'm not being a troll, because Macfury was a troll first!!" said the grown up.And before anyone can whine Im being 'abrasive', I merely shovelling right back at macfury exactly the same crap he has swiped at tons of members who gave up and left for quite some time.
It's cute you think you aren't part of the problem.Why do you think the other few members here refuse to set foot in here?
There is an awful lot of emphasis on American history, which makes sense since it was lifted from an American curriculum. Common Core from Virginia, I believe.I was expecting to see some hot button issues that were trying to be taught or not taught. I laughed when I read what was in the curriculum. I will say it all sounds very interesting, save the jazz bit. Definitely seems like it might be a little dense for 6 year olds.
Good news and not entirely surprising. Jason Kenney has botched his premiership. He’s also a terrible gambler. He botched the Keystone XL by betting that Trump would win, he botched our pension money by investing everything in AimCo, and he’s botched the pandemic response with half-measures. He’s pissed off the medical community in the midst of a pandemic, he’s shut down family businesses while allowing Walmart and Costco to remain open and enjoy record profits, he didn’t shutter GraceLife when he should have, and 16 of his own MLA’s are revolting on him. He’s not a particularly effective leader.Alberta NDP would likely form majority if election held today, new poll suggests
If an election in Alberta were held today, the NDP would likely win a majority, as support for the governing United Conservative Party plummets, according to a new poll commissioned by CBC News.
The poll, conducted in March and April, suggests all parts of the province are souring on the current government, with declines in Calgary, smaller municipalities and rural areas. But it also shows a fractured electorate, with a sizable chunk of voters looking for a third option.
It also shows Premier Jason Kenney's approval falling precipitously since he was first elected.
The findings are more bad news for a party that has struggled to overcome persistent economic challenges and the pandemic, and which is now facing a caucus revolt over public health restrictions. They could indicate a turbulent near future as Alberta navigates a socio-economic and political crossroads.
Very dumbhe botched our pension money by investing everything in AimCo,
Laying off half of the provincial medical cleaning staff in the midst of a misproclaimed panicdemic was indeed a bad move. If it was as scary as proclaimed why lay off those tasked with keeping the environment sterile?He’s pissed off the medical community in the midst of a pandemic,
Again incidental transmission of SARs-2 is almost unheard of. When those who test positive for SARs but are asymptomatic, are isolated for extended periods of time (days or weeks) with others, the rate of transmission is under 1%. Shutting down any business at this point is clearly intended to destroy those businesses and has absolutely nothing to do with protecting public health.he’s shut down family businesses while allowing Walmart and Costco to remain open and enjoy record profits,
Again zero cases of SARs-2 transmission, for the same reasons outlined above. Pretty much totally ignored on the lamestream, but the truth is he has surrounded the church with two sets of fences and turned it into an RCMP Staßi compound, complete with two SWAT teams. The pastor was placed in maximum security for 35 days, even though should he eventually be found guilty, none of the charges against him carried jail time. A sizeable portion of the Kenney base claims to be religious, and I can assure you the reason they are pissed revolves around this gross mistreatment of Grace Life and its pastor. Of course the RiNOs (Religous in Name Only) might have some difficulty comprehending how truly evil the Kenney-TrueDope attacks on the religious communities truly are.he didn’t shutter GraceLife when he should have, and 16 of his own MLA’s are revolting on him. He’s not a particularly effective leader.
I doubt they will seek solace with the NDP.A sizeable portion of the Kenney base claims to be religious, and I can assure you the reason they are pissed revolves around this gross mistreatment of Grace Life and its pastor. Of course the RiNOs (Religous in Name Only) might have some difficulty comprehending how truly evil the Kenney-TrueDope attacks on the religious communities truly are.
“We are now in our thirteenth month of Charter-violating lockdowns, in what was supposed to be a temporary two-week measure to flatten the curve. By May 3, the government will have had fourteen months to assemble proper medical and scientific evidence to justify lockdowns and the resulting violations of our fundamental Charter freedoms. For the Alberta Government to request that it not be required to provide evidence on May 3 in support of Dr. Hinshaw’s Orders, while at the same time barricading the church, is both reprehensible and pathetic,” states Mr. Carpay.
“The Alberta government supposedly has enough medical and scientific evidence to shut down hundreds of small businesses, pushing many of them into bankruptcy, and to cancel over 20,000 medically necessary surgeries, and to force Albertans into a third lockdown. But when asked to produce this medical and scientific evidence at trial, the Alberta government declares itself incapable of doing so,” continues Mr. Carpay.
“Albertans who are suffering financially, emotionally and mentally under another lockdown, with more restrictions being threatened, are rightfully going to be outraged at this news,” notes Carpay.
How about keeping this in the coronavirus thread, instead of derailing this topic as well?More on Grace Life. To put it so simply even a Kovid Kool-aid addict can comprehend:
Thirteen months in Deena Hinshaw and the Kenney Kabal still can't produce any evidence supporting the need for lock downs or any of the other tyrannical measures currently in place.
Court permits Government to avoid producing Dr. Hinshaw’s evidence on lockdowns at May 3 trial of Pastor James Coates | Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms