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"End Inequality"... Looks Good on a Bumper Sticker

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on Thursday, 23 August 2018 11:27

aristotle

But that's about as far as it goes. Inequality is inevitable in any system that measures and rewards skills, talents, performance and the number of hours worked.



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Who Cares About Poverty?

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on Wednesday, 22 August 2018 11:02

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Not your political parties who continue to support programs that hurt the poor. Helping alleviate poverty for 43 First Nations who have signed agreements with Kinder Morgan isn't even a consideration for opponents. All three federal parties support supply management despite the number of studies that show it hurts the poor.



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They're Making the Debt Problem Worse

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on Tuesday, 21 August 2018 11:17

outofcontrol

There is record government, corporate and personal debt . Here's the question - are big problems more likely to be avoided with a strong or weak economy?  Our politicians seem to think a weak economy will protect us.



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What Happens When The Financial System Collapses

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on Monday, 20 August 2018 10:59

emptyshelves

When confidence goes - so does the money bringing the economy down with it.  That's what's happened in Venezuela, which just devalued their currency by 95%. No surprise there given socialism's persistent level of failure.



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Nothing Progressive About The Same Old Business

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on Friday, 17 August 2018 12:38

 insane

There is nothing progressive about doing the same thing over and over.  When it comes to economics and finance, the government seems to push the same old idea's hoping to get to a new result.



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Hall of Fame Bad Idea

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on Thursday, 16 August 2018 11:33

16ready

They're still pushing lowering the vote to 16 year olds.  Apparently there are not enough ill informed voters to manipulate.  A 16 year old can't get tried in adult court because they are not yet deemed to have adult decision making capabilities. They won't be able to buy marijuana because their brains aren't fully developed - just like those proposing to let them vote. 



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The Statement That We Will Stop Using Fossil Fuels in the Next 20 to 30 Years Is Nonsense

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on Wednesday, 15 August 2018 11:35

energyuse

As Al Gore's chief climate change advisor James Hanson recently stated, the idea that renewable energy and batteries are going to provide all the energy we need is both fantastical and grotesque. In fact, perpetrating that myth will assure the dominance of fossil fuels for generations to come.  



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