The tab is coming due for the eye-popping public spending of the past year One of those payments is the inflation tax, which is already a reality in the United States. With Wednesday’s news that Canada’s year-over-year inflation rate is 3.4 per cent, we aren’t far behind. In April, the U. consumer price index rose […]Read more "Jack M. Mintz: The inflation tax is back. Americans have been hit first but soon we’ll be feeling it too"
The message conveyed was that the sell-off in the bond market has been a sign of a strengthening economy, not rising inflation concerns. The Fed duly raised its 2021 real GDP growth estimate at that meeting from 4.2% to 6.5% and the core PCE inflation forecast from 1.8% to 2.2%. In a speech in early […]Read more "EUROZONE YIELD CURVE CONTROL IS HAPPENING, IS THIS BAD FOR THE EURO?"
The leader of the federal opposition, Erin O’Toole, gave an important address to his Conservative partisans, anticipating a general election at his party conference in Ottawa on February 26. As of Friday, there were 3769 people hospitalized in Canada with COVID-19 of whom 1125 were in intensive care units, out of a population of almost […]Read more "Conrad Black: Erin O’Toole promised boldness and change. We’re still waiting"
College of Nurses of Ontario allegedly threatening to yank license of nurses who don’t stick to the COVID script A group of nurses held a demonstration Wednesday outside of the College of Nurses of Ontario building in midtown Toronto. According to RN Jessica Faraone, the objective was to show how some nurses feel they are […]Read more "BRAUN: Ontario nurses claim they have been muzzled by college"
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Announces He’s Launching ‘MyStore,’ a Patriotic Rival to Amazon MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Monday announced that he’s launching «MyStore,» an online marketplace for entrepreneurs that will rival Amazon, the largest global internet-based store. Lindell boasted that his online store will include a range of products from «entrepreneurs and investors» in […]Read more "MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Announces He’s Launching ‘MyStore,’ a Patriotic Rival to Amazon"
The co-founder of the polarizing Black Lives Matter movement is under fire for buying a $1.4 million home in a posh California neighborhood that’s 88 percent white. It’s an interesting decision for Patrisse Cullors, a self-professed Marxist and race-baiting activist who has paid lip service to promoting black pride. Com, the home is located in […]Read more "BLM Co-Founder Buys Million-Dollar Home in Neighborhood with Black Population of Less Than 2%"
The state is set to become a global test case in using batteries to back up wind and solar power With summer’s heat approaching, California’s plan for avoiding a repeat of last year’s blackouts hinges on a humble savior — the battery. Giant versions of the same technology that powers smart phones and cars are being plugged into […]Read more "California to Test Whether Big Batteries Can Stop Summer Blackouts"
I don’t want to alarm you, but you might like to know that the federal government is about to take over the media. Every minute of every hour of every day of what is broadcast on Canadian radio and television is overseen by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission , with its sprawling mandate to protect […]Read more "Slowly but surely the government is gathering the media into its ghastly embrace"
Scrap this Ministry of Truth-type $600-million bailout and eliminate any perception of a conflict of interest in our media’s reporting of the government To maintain trust in the audit process, users of the audited financial statements must know the auditors have not been influenced by any conflict of interest, real or perceived. Of course, the […]Read more "Opinion: In a democracy, the government shouldn’t fund the media"
Has the bumbling government response to the pandemic not convinced you that you have to start taking care of yourself and your loved ones? Her daughter drove her to the designated spot, which was deserted. To get her shot, the daughter would have to drive her mom to the second address. The mom, in her 90s, […]Read more "Kelly McParland: Time to grow some backbone Canadians"