The attacks on free speech are increasing – at libraries, universities and in public debate, which is more than a poke in the eye to members of the Canadian military who fought for our freedom. Too many people fail to appreciate the massive economic and social cost.
Socialist, Bernie Saunders recently observed that “radical” and “fringe” ideas like doubling capital gains taxes, wealth taxes, a tax on technology and dramatically higher taxes on business income have become so mainstream they’re not even questioned.
The politics and policies that played out over the election seemed to collectively treat Canadians as victims in dire need of government assistance. This is a fundamental dis-service to those that really need our help.
Noted Laval Economist, Stephen Gordon Calls the Election “the stupidest ever.” That’s an understatement when it comes to economic policy. Whether you’re issue is sustainable healthcare, the high cost of living, poverty or climate change – it all comes down to economics.
We need billions more for existing programs – tens of billions more for new promises. When the next downturn hits – the deficit will explode and governments will go where the money is – your home.
It’s been obvious for years that an increasing number of Canadians don’t respect or value work ethic – the drive and determination that lays the foundation for financial success – and three of our federal parties know it.