"The central argument for Scheer over Trudeau is that he says less embarrassing things. His rhetoric is superior to Trudeau's. I would like to submit that this is the worst argument possible for voting in favour of a particular politician,"
"Liberty builds, liberty perfects, governments tax, governments diminish," writes Brandon Kirby in this edition of Freedom Philosophy.
"There are other factors that continually increase what you must pay for things. We are fortunate in that the more open markets are with the least amount of government interference, that growth in wealth tends to outpace loss of buying
"I understand people don’t get very charged up about helping out small business owners, but they do understand that small businesses also spend money, and that helps us all. So far, the early signs of these changes benefiting the economy
"If history is on the verge of repeating itself, like it tends to do, then we might not escape the grips of a full-blown trade war; a trade war that is avoidable if only Congress and politicians could acquire some