Gerry Nicholls

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Gerry Nicholls is a communications consultant, who has worked for advocacy organizations and politicians in both Canada and the United States; he’s a frequent commentator on radio and TV public affairs programs and was formerly vice-president of the National Citizens Coalition.  He lives in Oakville, Ontario.





Are Citizens Really “Third Parties”?
This Hour Has Zero Jokes
The Rise and Fall of Economic Conservatism
Would Adam Smith Love the Carbon Tax?
Restricting Political Dollars Makes Little Sense
Pouring Cold Water on Progressive Elitists
Scheer and the Politics of Respect
Trudeau’s “Word War”
Why Deficits Don’t Matter (Politically)
The Top Ten Reasons Trudeau Will Win
Trudeau: From Prince to Punching Bag
Does Singh Have a Theory for Winning?
The Fakeness of Trudeau’s Globalism
Conservative Wars: Scheer vs. Levant
Maxime Bernier – Leader in Waiting?
Trudeau and the Temptation of Politics
What All Those Polls Don’t Tell You (and why it matters)
The Manning Centre’s Risky Gambit
Trudeau’s Need for “Moral Outrage” Lessons
Trump vs. The World
Diagnosing the Hatred for Harper
The NDP’s Need for an Enemy
How to Defuse Populism
Scheer’s betting on Bland
The Decline and Fall of the Liberal Empire
Wynne’s De-motivational Gambit
Election Propaganda Storm Heading Ontario’s Way
Trudeau’s Carbon Tax Candy
Experimenting with Ontario Politics
Canada’s Climate Change MacGuffin
Trudeau’s Boring Bond with the Laurentian Elites
Wynne, Herle and the Normalizing of Negativity
Horgan’s Pipeline Tribalism
Explaining Trudeau’s Obtuseness
The Positivity Deficit of Kathleen Wynne
Scheer’s Ghost Problem
Trudeau’s World is Getting a Bit Darker
Suddenly boring Ontario isn’t So Boring
How The Liberal Atwal Spin, Spun out of Control
No More PC Politics for Me
The Amazing PC Leadership Race
The Conservative Empathy Gambit
Singh’s Dilemma
Awaiting the Great Populist Pivot
The History of Religious Double Standards
Liberals Can’t Dance