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Stories by Mark Wegierski

The Scheer truth does not exist

Opinion|By Mark Wegierski
The Conservatives, under Andrew Scheer, seem to have nothing good to say about anyone, or any international, or domestic body.
Opinion|By Mark Wegierski
The term 'small-c conservative' refers in Canada to so-called 'ideological' conservatives—as opposed to members of the 'big-C' Conservative Party, who are often 'small-l liberals.' However, 'small-c conservatism' is arguably still a broader term than 'social conservatism,' within the Conservative Party. 'Small-c conservatives' are the heart and soul of the party.
Opinion|By Mark Wegierski
The post-election report has been delivered to Andrew Scheer, but the Conservative caucus will never see it as long as he remains the leader of the party.
Opinion|By Mark Wegierski
The ‘system’ is dysfunctional and the process does not work. Change it. That’s the future, history paints an unflattering prospect for today though. Maybe next time.
Opinion|By Mark Wegierski
Attend a policy convention, if you want to meet up with old friends, vote for or against a leader, and be part of a party office electoral campaign, otherwise, votes on the floor don't matter.
Opinion|By Mark Wegierski
Andrew Scheer has become the star of a circus act that he continues to refuse to acknowledge. He would serve all better if he simply left the stage, completely.
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