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A Modest Proposal

Commentary, Economy, Gerry Bowler

In 1970, Pierre Eliot Trudeau’s administration decided to cut diplomatic ties with one government claiming to rule China and to recognize another. Out went our acceptance of a long-time ally, the quasi-democratic Republic of China, based on the island of …

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Pipeline Anarchy

Commentary, Energy, Paul Driessen

Paul Driessen , November 20, 2016 Is this to be our future? Last week’s elections will soon end autocratic rule via executive fiat, the war on coal and hydrocarbons, IRS agents targeting conservative groups, government SWAT teams invading businesses and …

Obama’s Reactionary Jobs Plan: The president’s State of the Union speech lays out a misguided economic agenda.

Commentary, Taxation, Frontier Centre

Does it bother anyone else that the president of the United States seems to believe that our collective future entails assembling battery parts in a government-subsidized factory for $9 an hour? Is that really what Americans envision for their kids — an assembly line? Because when you look past Barack Obama’s mesmerizingly hollow rhetoric, what he’s proposing is a return of jobs that progress and prosperity have left behind.