In my mathematical analysis of the wage hike, I claimed:
The minimum wage increase does nothing in relative terms, but increases everything in absolute terms. It is pure, immediate inflation.
Anecdotally, within just the first few days of this legislation in effect, everyone has seen the immediate inflation in consumer prices, and if not, the immediat… Read more
Here’s an article that came out on New Year’s Eve about Maduro’s “Good News!” that for fun we will rewrite from an Ontario and Canadian perspective. Note the incredible amount of similarities and the lack of difference we can cite between the two. One difference is that Venezuela went all-in with socialist policy and c… Read more
All show and no go. When aesthetic is chosen over practicality and effectiveness, we get the current situation with the Trudeau government.
Not to say that any of the other choices were particularly great at the last election, but it was just a matter of time Canada would embarrass themselves internationally with the choice of Trudeau as Prime Minister, p… Read more
Like the postmodern movement, the rise of Keynesian theory in academia in the past century has led to government institutions wielding more power than they merit. The general public doesn’t really understand this recent interpretation of economics, so they are encouraged to trust a group of economic “experts” to sort it out for them.… Read more
Legacy media in collusion with Canadian government (federal, provincial and municipal) is tripling down on its efforts in Canada to control “mainstream” opinion. In an article released by the Canadian Press, the brainwashing must begin from youth lest children discover that there are multiple sides of a story, usually found on the Inter… Read more