"The United States government will have two options once it is time to pay their debts: Default on our debt or, the more likely situation, print money like it is going out of style. The result would cause hyperinflation, sky-high
Canada’s response to the Kardashians has his latest wave of fiascos. I’ve written previously on Trudeau’s questionable leadership competence; with his arms sales to Saudi Arabia, his tax from-the-poor and give-to-the-rich policy of carbon taxes and fossil fuel subsidies, and
Congress gave us another false choice: either shut down the government, or vote for more debt. The Congressional Budget Act of 1974 dictates that Congress is to pass 12 separate appropriation bills, as opposed to an omnibus bill or a
Tax reform has been one of the few legislative accomplishments of the Trump administration thus far. Slashing taxes for businesses as well as individuals, the new tax regime looks great where the pocket book is concerned. But because it failed
A little-known (and even less understood) provision of the United States Constitution looks like it might soon see action for the very first time: An Article V convention. Article V of the Constitution deals with constitutional amendments. Here it is, in
Generally, when budgets are increased for specific programs, you’d expect the efficiency of these programs to increase as well. “Money talks,” that is what’s said by those who favor increased spending on education, healthcare, and welfare. When funding is raised it
Speaking two years ago at the Conservative Party manifesto launch, British Prime Minister David Cameron made a pledge to restore the United Kingdom’s entrepreneurial spirit. “In Britain, we’ve always shown we have the ingredients, the will to overturn what’s inevitable”,
Being Libertarian editors Arthur Cleroux and Brandon Kirby discuss Canadian politics, including the Islamophobia Bill, the recent budget, Kevin O'Leary, Maxime Bernier, the Wild Rose Party, and a carbon tax.
Many libertarians have shown exultation in the early moves to slash federal bureaucracy taken by the Trump administration. His first proposed budget takes a knife to numerous agencies (like the EPA) that have long been thorns in the side of
Editor Brandon Kirby discusses Donald Trump's tax returns and the proposed budget with investor and entrepreneur, Danny Chabino, and Being Libertarian co-founder Charles Peralo.