Quote of the Week
Bad news for kids – government is embracing the Great Santa Claus Reversal.
The message – a heck of a lot of people don’t trust government. And that has consequences.
Attention peoplekind – this is the latest in the long, winding road of PC speak.
Oops they did it again…and again. And in the process they’re undermining the attempts to stop the spread of Sars-cov-2.
Runner-UP Quote of the Year
American political darling, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, reminds us that it wasn’t just Donald Trump that plays fast and loose with the truth.
Arguably the most important set of stats for the year that were the basis for some monumental government decisions. The only problem is, they were wrong.
Three examples, among many, where enforcing pandemic restrictions are way over the top.
Quote of the Week
One university professor takes dead aim at his politically correct, kowtowing university administration…and he doesn’t pull any punches.
So how much does it cost to save a job during the pandemic? This stat would shock John Maynard Keynes…even Karl Marx.
Major media outlets said the stories about Hunter Biden’s highly questionable dealings with China, Ukraine and Russia were bogus. Maybe not – Hunter himself now admits he’s under investigation.
The government said the pandemic relief measures were to help individuals and businesses to get through the pandemic but the fact is that $7 was borrowed and sent out for every $1 of lost income.
The hypocrisy of so many elected politicians who say one thing and do another is astounding. Obviously restrictions and guidelines are for the little people.
The federal government is financing their deficit by selling bonds to the Bank of Canada. Kind of like selling bonds to ourselves.
A million Uighur in concentration camps, two Canadian hostages held for over 715 days and pro democracy protestors jailed – some Canadians focus on demanding the release of Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou.