The House of Assembly unanimously voted in favour of a bill on Tuesday that gives the government permission to spend $2.8 billion as part of next years budget.
Officially, it is called interim supply. It’s “interim” because the bill fills in the period between the 2013 budget – the last time the House gave . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Principle, Parliament, and Money #nlpoli
Just a thought running through my head right now: When does ideology trump principle? Are there people who exist for whom principle always trumps ideology? Lets look at some examples: Mayor Rob Ford smoked crack. Two news organisations, one reputable, the other less so, ran a story in which their reporters saw and described said . . . → Read More: Blevkog: Ideology versus principles
While supply management is bad for our economy, the discussion around it has at least managed to supply how the majority who oppose it are intellectually dishonest.
For the Conservatives, libertarians, Liberals, and the like who are now so vocal in their opposition to supply management, a relatively minor economic program, one must wonder where . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Opposing Supply Management & Economic Principles