The Republican party in the U.S. has taken that road for almost two decades now and our Prime Minister has imported that no new taxes philosophy to Canada. Conservative sycophants all over the country have followed his lead. Yet at years end, take a look at what’s happening in our neighbour to the south. The . . . → Read More: Impolitical: Republicans on the no new taxes road to ruin
50% off wages? How about 50% off everything? Yeehaw!
Stephen Harper vs raging grannies. This is what Conservatives and capitalism are all about? Bullies and braggarts?
Plutocracy has always been around us. So what’s a reasonable substitute?
Toronto: it’s time to stand up to Ford’s lies.
The Fed in the US as explained by Dennis Kucinich.
It’s stupid to think that a carbon tax would have any benefit for our economy or change habits.
Change is inevitable when the cards are stacked against so many people.
Eliminating deductions represent an obvious way to improve public finances without punishing those small companies with new tax increases. This article offers up a few simple ideas related to this topic.
Here’s a great piece from David Climenhaga contributing to rabble about fiscal openness. While it’s extremely unlikely that the Harperites will follow his advice, I fully agree that now is the time to open all books for any organization that receives (or received) public funds of any kind. If unions are being wrenched open – . . . → Read More: Excited Delirium: Open The Books for Everyone
It’s time taxpayers around the globe made a choice to get a basic and reasonable level of tax revenue out of all companies that make a profit. . . . → Read More: Excited Delirium: Make Them Pay
The Conservatives have been busted for rigging the 2006 election yet we have no way of addressing the problem. . . . → Read More: Excited Delirium: I Want Our $100 Billion BACK!