Looking at the list of bills passed and policies changed by the United Conservatives in their first 100 days in office, I was a bit surprised by all the Kenney government has achieved since its election in April.But I imagine I’m like a lot of readers. After spending four years watching with increasing horror what the NDP were doing to our province day after day, we’re so relieved the UCP is in office we’ve sort of stopped paying attention.We aren’t real concerned about the why and how. Just get on with restoring our province and its economy and call us in four years.Of course, that’s an exaggeration. We’re not going to be completely indifferent. But we elected the UCP to do a job (or more correctly to undo the hatchet job the NDP had done) and so long as they seem to be doing that job Albertans are happy not to be shocked or outraged by their provincial government for the next four years.For instance, on the eve of their 100th day in office, the UCP rolled back MLAs’ pay by five per cent and Kenney’s pay by 10 per cent. The government’s critics — both in the NDP and the NDP’s unofficial party news agency, the CBC — tried to make a big deal of how long the rollback took.Hadn’t they promised a pay cut for politicians would be among their first orders of business? And yet it took them a little more than three months to get around to one. Isn’t that shocking? Isn’t that a broken promise, the opposition and their media followers asked accusingly?I suspect most Albertans just rolled over in their sleeping bags or added another beef patty to the barbecue.That’s the best you’ve got?It was a bit rich of the NDP to complain. They jacked up spending by nearly 20 per cent during their term in office and rang up the four largest budget deficits in our history. Now the Notleyites want us to think maybe it’s a breach of trust the UCP took 99 days to cut politicians’ pay.Yawn. We Albertans are too busy trying to restart the economy to worry about whether the rollback took place on Day Five, 35 or 105.And remember, too, the NDP held up the rollback briefly in committee by trying to amend the motion to prevent the UCP from cutting civil servants’ and public-sector workers’ pay by similar amounts.Nothing like holding taxpayers hostage while you try to protect your pals in the big public-sector unions.Just since April 16, the Kenney government has repealed the NDP’s carbon tax and initiated a series of business tax cuts designed to reattract some or all of the $50 billion a year in investment our province has been losing thanks to the cozy, ultra “green” relationship between our former provincial government and the Trudeau Liberals.They have restored the secret ballot for union certification votes to eliminate intimidation by union organizers and changed the crazy rule that required small business owners to pay holiday pay to employees who don’t work on a statutory holiday.They have begun consultations to repeal the NDP’s hated farm bill and reduce red tape in the hospitality and oil industries. They have reduced government intervention in our electricity markets, cancelled construction of the white-elephant superlab, announced an end to half of the interprovincial trade barriers previous Alberta governments had maintained, ended the NDP’s threat to do away with separate schools, started fighting back against the propaganda of foreign-funded eco-extremists and joined the court challenge against the federal carbon tax, among other things.Not bad for just three-and-a-half months’ work.