Michael Wagner examines how Ronald Reagan's election in the 1980s gave common cause to Canadian conservatives and Western sovereigntists.
Guest columnist Ken Grafton writes that under Trudeau, Canada's high rating on corruption is falling fast.
In the U.S., Alberta would likely be a coveted swing-state, like Florida and Ohio - with both major parties falling over themselves for electoral support.
In this episode of The Pipeline, Paul, Derek and Dave discuss the shocking interview with Canada’s Heritage Minister alleging that the Federal Government was looking at...
The U.S. Senate has voted to acquit President Donald Trump on impeachment charges from the U.S. House of Representatives.
While Trump rises to the bait of insults on Twitter or Saturday Night Live, he has not risen to the bait of war.
If we can take any of what we are being told at face value, war may now be inevitable.
The strike eliminating one of Iran's top military officials leaves the US and Iran even closer to a potential war.
The CBC is under fire for erasing Donald Trump from its broadcast of Home Alone 2.
Right-leaning voters in the US are nearly eight times as likely as their counterparts in Canada to get involved in choosing their top candidate for office.