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Mike’s Saturday Editorial

A Very Uncomfortable Question


on Saturday, 28 October 2017 13:03

 

Despite growth chugging along at over 3% Prime Minister Trudeau is happy to pass along another $18.5 billion in debt for our children to pay. Which begs the question, if we're not prepared to pay our own way in good times – when would we? 
 
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Mike's Daily Comment

All Middle Class....All The Time!


on Friday, 27 October 2017 08:12

Michael lets loose on one of his pet peeves, which adds up to the the assumption by our Government betters that we aren't very bright. Here are a few examples that close the case.

...also from Michael: Unbalanced Budget and More Spending Coming

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Mike's Daily Comment

Economic Stability & Upsetting The Masses


on Thursday, 26 October 2017 07:22

 

Canadians casual attitude towards Government borrowing and spending revealed in the fall update, especially when growth is over 3%. It begs the question, what will the reaction be if growth fails, we get a recession and Government borrows and spends even more>

....also from Mike: Small Business Work Ethic

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Unbalanced Budget and More Spending Coming


on Thursday, 26 October 2017 06:02

 

Bank of Canada says we have had 5 quarters of growth ringing in with 3.7% the last three quarters in a row., and budget deficit numbers coming in at less than 20 billion. An 18.4 billion year end deficit is 7 billion more than they last outlined in the Federal Budget. No roadmap yet for balancing the budget. 

...also from Michael: The War Against Jobs

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Mike's Daily Comment

Small Business Work Ethic


on Wednesday, 25 October 2017 08:12

 

There is no evidence that the initiative and work ethic that small businesses throughout the land exhibit is appreciated by Government. For one, with the increased CPP contributions, the self employed and small businesses pay double what Government employees or employees of major corporations pay. Then there's property taxes in major cities!!!

....also Michael's Shocking Stat: How Do You Like Your Investment in Bombardier Now

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Mike's Daily Comment

The War Against Jobs


on Tuesday, 24 October 2017 08:00

 

So many politicians arguing for higher taxes,  more regulations, the opposition to Free Trade, the whole anti-resource push and the moves to cool the real estate markets are all job killers.

...also Mike's Goofy: What Was He Thinking

 

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Mike's Daily Comment

Being In Opposition Easier Than Being in Government


on Monday, 23 October 2017 08:33

 

It's ironic, but Donald Trump will do more for Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's re-election than her fellow NDP Leaders Jagmeet Singh and John Horgan, BC's Premier.

....also from Michael: Say Goodbye To These Jobs

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