Mike's Daily Comment

Don't Change Anything!

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on Monday, 11 September 2017 07:54


Often in  elections people vote for change, though in BC's case its likely that most voters are happy that BC leads the country in economic performance. Basically if the new NDP Government makes no changes at all, BC is a growth powehouse. Growth is projected to be between 3 - 3.5% this year and job growth 5.4% this year and next.

.....also Michael's Editorial: It's a Tax Battle Royal



Mike's Daily Comment

More Canadians Need To Pay Their Fair Share of Taxes

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on Friday, 08 September 2017 08:18


The uproar over the Liberal Government's tax rule changes come from their broad broom sweeping in ever more tax dollars from people they've promoted to "rich status". Now those making less than 200K a year are going to be contributing to the extra 250 million in tax dollars the Liberals expect to collect. 

....also from Michael: Surprise! BOC Raises Rates Unexpectedly



Mike's Daily Comment

Our Never Ending Deficit Spending

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on Thursday, 07 September 2017 08:09


Finance Minister Morneau and Prime Minister Trudeau confirmed what Money Talks has been saying for more than a year....that the past and current deficit spending was not about stimulating the economy!

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Federal Politicians Declare Canadians Must Pay More

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on Wednesday, 06 September 2017 07:57


In the NAFTA negotiations the US Government wants Canadians to pay 220% less on skim milk, 98% less on butter and 285% less for chicken. Our politicians answer? NO. The Liberals, NDP and the Conservatives want the poor, the middle class and the rich to pay more and that's it!

...also from Mike & Milton Friedman: Is Greed The Root Of All Evil



Mike's Daily Comment

A Push Back From Small Business

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on Tuesday, 05 September 2017 07:28


The Liberal Governmnent is planning on taking in an additional $215 Million by changing the laws governing private corporations. The Government is trying to sell this hike in taxes as being more fair. Yes, there is a fairer way to do it. The bad news for Government is it would involve no raise in taxes!

...also from Michael: Headline - It's Throw Back Monday for Labour

....and Michael's Special Editorial: Is Greed The Root Of All Evil

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Mike's Daily Comment

Headline - It's Throw Back Monday for Labour

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on Monday, 04 September 2017 11:05


 Labour Day is that special time of year for nostalgia buffs where heads of labour organizations egged on by public sector union elites repeat the dogmas of years gone by. Technological change, financial turmoil and pension problems ...in fact no change is sufficient to shake their faith in the same tired, unimaginative policy prescriptions first offered over 50 years ago.  

...also from Michael: Left Wing Progressive University Defends Free Speech

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Mike's Daily Comment

Does Economic Alienation Cause Social Disruption?

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on Friday, 01 September 2017 08:03


A new automated T-Shirt factory is going up that will produce 25.2 million T-Shirts a year. So, all those who used to make t-shirts by hand are now obsolete/unemployed which begs the question whether economic alienation of this type leads directly to social disruption?

...Mike's Mid-Week Update: Hurricane Harvey Triggers Oil Market Chaos



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