Friday, July 17, 2015

Greece-Hemlock, not champagne | The Economist

Hemlock, not champagne | The Economist



Anyway, privatisation proceeds will hardly dent Greece’s total debt which the IMF now expects to peak at almost 200% of GDP. 



Natural Building: Building Codes, Building Permits and Homeowners’ Insurance - Green Homes - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Natural Building: Building Codes, Building Permits and Homeowners’ Insurance - Green Homes - MOTHER EARTH NEWS



How to hurdle the barriers to your innovation?

Thursday, July 02, 2015

Globe2Go What is gov­ern­ment good for? It’s time for an an­swer.

Globe2Go



Government is now a big whale that can’t swim, that can’t keep up with the fast-changing global economy. It has too many management layers, too many oversight bodies and too many public servants generating performance reports that feed a fabricated bottom line that has no footing. The government is now also home to too many conflicting goals and has piled on too many activities on top of one another. In the process, it has lost sight of its core responsibilities, including managing effectively a regulatory regime that not only is able to set standards, but also to make sure that they are respected, as LacMégantic so clearly demonstrated. Notwithstanding high-profile program reviews, the government still relies on across-theboard cuts to control spending.



Sunday, June 28, 2015

Another wake up call for free range people

Wake up be free of the government cancer that is destroying your freedom and extorting your money and energy ?

http://cbn.com/tv/3255110732001u

Friday, June 26, 2015

Here are 17 more Conservative friends of Stephen Harper now in trouble with the law

Here are 17 more Conservative friends of Stephen Harper now in trouble with the law



The modern witch hunt and burning quest ? The art of the political sacrifice for the common good? Cutting the privilege Hydra  heads?


Wednesday, June 17, 2015

From sea to sea, Canadian institutions head for rack and ruin | rabble.ca

From sea to sea, Canadian institutions head for rack and ruin | rabble.ca



Can all the king's men put Humpty dumpty back together again?

"Canadians have lost confidence, even feel betrayed, by the heedless sense of entitlement that has brought these institutions to their present state of disgrace. Public service, simple respect for peers, commonsense and common decency -- they all seem ideals from an earlier innocent age. It's a sad time for the country."

Saturday, June 06, 2015

Why we should listen to Rand Paul - Business Insider

Why we should listen to Rand Paul - Business Insider





Some sensible pushback at long last ?



My thought of the day