If Justin Trudeau was more concerned about winning the Liberal leadership than winning the next election, not only would his party have more registered supporters, but 2015 would almost certainly look more rouge.
It may seem counter-intuitive to blame the ever-popular Justin Trudeau for the Liberal Party’s lower than expected supporter registration numbers, after all . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Liberals Should Blame Trudeau For Few Supporters
It’s odd that Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper claimed last week that the NDP were soft on Naziism in 1939, not only because it was erroneous, but because of all the parties that were soft on the Third Reich it was the Conservative Party that actually funded fascists in Canada with known ties to Adolf . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: No Party Closer To Hitler Than Conservatives
A classic stock market boom-bust cycle is underway in Bangladesh, inciting riots after the closure of the country’s main markets in Dhaka and Chittagong this week. The picture painted by the charts and reports from Bangladesh make for an abject lesson in how markets fluctuate and are driven by salesmanship and sentiment.
The chart below . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: Bangladesh: Dabbling in Dhaka Stock Markets