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Mike’s Midweek Comment

The Good and The Bad of Higher Interest Rates


on Thursday, 13 July 2017 11:33

For the last month Mike's been warning of higher rates.  Well now it's happened but who are the winners and losers.



Mike's Daily Comment

Sooner or Later You'll Pay For Bad Policy


on Thursday, 13 July 2017 10:40

There's nothing like directly paying a price for bad policy to get people's attention. The only problem is - by then it's too late. Just ask electricity users in Ontario or the Teamsters in New York. The question is are you next?



Mike's Daily Comment

Politicians Ignoring Economics and Finance


on Wednesday, 12 July 2017 10:48

Can you think of a single special interest leader or politician that has stood up and said "the world around us has changed so I have changed my thinking about this issue"?



Mike's Daily Comment

Paying Double for Healthcare


on Tuesday, 11 July 2017 10:52

Whether they were tired of waiting for treatment or in search of the latest advancements 63,000 Canadians left the country to get medical treatment last year. And it doesn't bother self described defenders of medicare or governments one bit.



Mike's Daily Comment

Roger Daltry and the Who Called This One


on Monday, 10 July 2017 07:25

 

"Meet the new boss, same as the old boss"- despite months of attacking the Liberals for taking big money donations, the BC NDP announced that they will still accept donations from both unions and corporations - at least until they decide to change the rules. Until then it will be a busy summer chasing after big campaign dollars for both the NDP and Liberals. Note: only the Greens are walking the walk.

...also Mike's Editorial: One of The Most Divisive Decisions in Recent Memory

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Quote of the Week

A Highly Entertaining Take


on Saturday, 08 July 2017 16:30

 

In this weeks Quote of the Week,  Christie Blatchford strips away the fluff and gets to the heart of all the virtue signaling going on within Canada's progressive left. 

 

One of The Most Divisive Decisions in Recent Memory - Michael's Editorial 

Money Talks First Full 1/2 Hour

There May Be No More Critical Financial Market Move for Canadian Investors This Year - Featured Guest Greg Weldon

Also Money Talks July 8th Full Hour 

 

 



Mike’s Saturday Editorial

One of The Most Divisive Decisions in Recent Memory


on Saturday, 08 July 2017 16:14

That was a quick $10.5 million dollars that the Trudeau Government slipped into Omar Kadhr's back pocket on America's July 4th Birthday. The backlash has many facets but the most blatant is that Kadhr is getting $10.5 miilion and an apology from the Canadian government for admittedly killing an American soldier while fignting as an Afghani. Worse the family of the dead US Soldier Canadian citizen Kadhr killed got zero from Canada. That $10.5 Million tax dollars is also more money than has ever been paid to a Canadian soldier in history. 

There May Be No More Critical Financial Market Move for Canadian Investors This Year - Featured Guest Greg Weldon

Also Money Talks July 8th Full Hour 

 



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