Monthly Archives: January 2011
I’ve recently found out about the existence of the Mises Institute of Canada. It was founded in November 2010. Redmond Weissenberger, the president and cofounder, and a fellow Glebe Collegiate alumni, has allowed me to have my own blog on … Continue reading
The only problem now is to make sure the Afghans don’t run away with the reconstruction money.
So and so recently defeated so and so in a municipal election in Ottawa, my hometown, a few months ago. When I asked a friend a day or two before election day who they were going to vote for they … Continue reading
The his blog post, “Obama officials caught deceiving about Wikileaks”, Glenn Greenwald sheds some lights on a few things relating to Wikieaks. The links in this article are courtesy of Greenwald. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. Mike … Continue reading
Bill C-300, “Corporate Accountability for the Activities of Mining, Oil or Gas Corporations in Developing Countries” attempted to regulate Canadian extractive companies that receive funding, aid, support, etc. from Export Development Canada and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International … Continue reading
A charming video showing how the government has failed at preventing people from filming in airports.
On January 8th Arizona Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Gliffords was shot in the head by Jared Lee Lougher in Tucson, Arizona. Miraculously Gliffords survived. Among the other victims were Federal Judge John Roll, a nine year old girl, and four others. … Continue reading