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The End

Source: The Progressive Economics Forum » Banking on Privatization? An excerpt from the above linked-to article by Toby Sanger follows: ====== oo Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s Advisory Council on Economic Growth makes it look like match made in heaven… The … Continue reading

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Doritos

“Rainforests across Southeast Asia are being destroyed every day to make way for massive palm oil plantations, where workers, even children, are trapped in modern slavery to cultivate the vegetable oil. The clearing of these rainforests and peatlands are driving many species like the orangutan and Sumatran tiger to the brink of extinction, while simultaneously polluting the Earth’s atmosphere by releasing gigatons of greenhouse gases.” – SumOfUs Continue reading

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Are Immigrants Solely Responsible For Jobs Being Lost To Canada-Born Workers part 7

“The imperial motto in all times and all places is that it is better to make someone work for you than it is to be forced to work for them.” – “The Perils Of Empire” by James Laxer. And if bosse feel that way about their employees, then Why should we expect other considerations, such as concern for one’s fellow citizens, to play a role in the bosses’ behavior? Why should we expect bosses to care about whether they help to create an economy that works, not just for his or her benefit, but for the benefit of his fellow citizens? Continue reading

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C Beastly C

The major media doesn’t like these stories, rest assured. If you follow this subject, then you’ll know how much they ‘could’ be telling us and saying about it all. Continue reading

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A Couple Of Gatekeepers

Stephen Harper could have avoided Mike Duffy woes by obeying the law: Walkom | Toronto Star You don’t have to be a little, unnoticed person to be a rat-like gatekeeper. You can be a prime minister. And you can be … Continue reading

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