After a lifetime of protesting against the oil sands and oil pipelines, and then becoming premier and immediately raising taxes on the oil patch, then announcing a royalty review and a carbon tax, and opposing the Keystone XL and Northern Gateway pipelines — Rachel Notley announced yesterday that she really is trying to get pipelines built.
But just last week, she appointed leading anti-pipelines lobbyist Tzeporah Berman to co-chair her oilsands policy advisory committee. I’ll talk about all the other anti-oil people she’s hired.
I’ll also show you Notley’s anti-pipeline views, in her own words.
Alberta doesn’t have a problem finding customers for our oil. The problem is Rachel Notley, her NDP, along with Justin Trudeau, and his party.
NEXT: Our own Brian Lilley and I talk about the Trudeau Liberals’ plan this fall to implement a national price on carbon — that is, to bring in a carbon tax.
Will the Conservatives hit back, considering that some Tories actually believe in these taxes — even if average folks overwhelming don’t, according to a Rebel poll.
THEN: Our friend, Breitbart’s provocative Tech Editor Milo Yiannopoulos, was banned permanently from Twitter. They claim he sent out racist messages, which is completely untrue.
Is there anywhere on social media that’s safe for conservatives?
And isn’t it interesting what Twitter chooses NOT to ban, including countless calls to assassinate Donald Trump?
I ask Milo’s colleague at Breitbart, Joel Pollak about all this. He’s reporting from the Republican National Convention, where he says Milo’s Twitter ban is a huge story among the delegates.
And I ask him if Facebook and Twitter are trying to swing the election against Donald Trump.
FINALLY: I read your messages to me, including one from a new viewer who's been "binge watching" us on our YouTube channel (which now has over 230,000 subscribers!)