Fildebrandt writes that the parallels between Hinman's leadership of the original Wildrose Party and the new one are uncanny.
Cory Morgan writes that the reentry of Paul Hinman as the Wildrose interim leader puts the new party into serious contention.
The original Wildrose Party's first leader is jumping back into politics as the interim leader of the new Wildrose Independence Party.
Rick Strankman writes from his experience being whipped to vote as party bosses told him to.
"In one sentence, Drew Barnes said more than the entire legislature – including his own party’s caucus."
Alberta's political culture is deeply rooted in a conservative identity predating Alberta itself.
This new Wildrose doesn’t appear content to merely reform Alberta, but to radically alter its relationship with Ottawa.
Alberta culture may not be as obviously distinctive as Quebec's, but it is unique in Canada for several strong reasons.
Our government is in terrible need of a voice of conscience coming from the right, and the Wildrose Independence Party may very well provide that if...
With polls showing north of 40 per cent support for independence in Alberta, it's a wonder that the constellation of small parties supporting it haven't found...