Mike's Daily Comment

Michael addresses a quote “Education & the means by which we deliver it, is the single social structure most resistant to change at a time when change is happening faster than at any other time in human history”

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SEPT 20TH COMMENTARY OF THE WEEK

Michael confronts a Labour Management Model in the Canadian Public sector that is over 100 years old! It is one of the reasons for an increasing divide between taxpayers & the public sector, but as Michael points out there is so much more to it.

For the full 1st half hour & the full hour of Money Talks go to http://www.cknw.com/audio-vault/

 

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SEPT 20TH INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK

As Michael Campbell wrote about this weekend’s guest: “For the first time in 15 years the brilliant Martin Armstrong will be my guest. If you don’t know Marty’s work let me sum up by saying, over the last 36 years I have met a lot of wonderful analysts – brilliant thinkers – but if I could only talk to just one – it would be Martin Armstrong. His understanding of history, currency movements and the interaction of the widest range of variables on different investments is second to none.” In an exception Michael’s interview with Martin Armstrong runs longer than usual so that our audience can get his view on every critical market & situation brewing in the world today

 

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SEPT 20TH GOOFY

Michael’s Goofy this week centers on the debate between the huge gap between public & private sector wages….especially in the benefit area

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SEPT 20TH COMMENTARY OF THE WEEK

Michael confronts a Labour Management Model in the Canadian Public sector that is over 100 years old! It is one of the reasons for an increasing divide between taxpayers & the public sector, but as Michael points out there is so much more to it.

For the full 1st half hour & the full hour of Money Talks go to http://www.cknw.com/audio-vault/

 

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SEPT 20TH INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK

As Michael Campbell wrote about this weekend’s guest: “For the first time in 15 years the brilliant Martin Armstrong will be my guest. If you don’t know Marty’s work let me sum up by saying, over the last 36 years I have met a lot of wonderful analysts – brilliant thinkers – but if I could only talk to just one – it would be Martin Armstrong. His understanding of history, currency movements and the interaction of the widest range of variables on different investments is second to none.” In an exception Michael’s interview with Martin Armstrong runs longer than usual so that our audience can get his view on every critical market & situation brewing in the world today

 

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SEPT 20TH GOOFY

Michael’s Goofy this week centers on the debate between the huge gap between public & private sector wages….especially in the benefit area

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Stunning changes are on the horizon. You only have to think about how remarkably things have changed since the 1960’s, the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s then throw in……

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Superficiality & the Teachers Dispute

Convenient comparisons to in order to support a particular point of view is nothing new. That said in the last two years……

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The great fault of our public discussion with regard to taxes & the public sector, is how consistently Small Business & the Self Employed are ignored

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