Former Member of the Legislative Assembly and longtime political watcher John Les joined Jonathon Van Maren to discuss Canada’s conservative leaders–and what social conservatives can do to reassert themselves in politics.
Pierre Lemieux, candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, is running to replace Stephen Harper–and he’s a social conservative. He joined Jonathon to discuss social conservatism in Canada, and how Canadians are responding to his message, and what we can do next.
By Jonathon Van Maren It’s inevitable: Whenever a Conservative government loses power, the first instinct of “progressive conservatives,” whatever those are, is to announce that social conservatives should be sent forthwith into political exile, never to return. In other words, the response of liberals who like fiscal policies that allow them to keep more of…
Jonathon Van Maren sits down with Andrew Lawton of the Andrew Lawton Show to talk about Election 2015–what went right for the Liberals, and what went so terribly wrong for the Conservatives.
Mark Steyn joined Jonathon again to talk about his newest book, The [Un]documented Mark Steyn, as well as the terrorist shooting in Ottawa and how conservatives are losing the culture.
Jonathon discusses the current social and political climate regarding abortion in Canada.
A well-known Canadian journalist, Paul Wells is an editor at Maclean’s and author of several books. He joined Jonathon to talk about his most recent book on Stephen Harper, The Longer I’m Prime Minister.