Tag: canadian politics

March 4, 2012

Understanding the Current Canadian Political Situation

So much is going on in the Canadian political landscape, I really didn’t know where to start. That said, this article tries to cover a lot of the problems that are emerging as a result of treating Canadian voters like commodities to be traded and bought (or suppressed) using modern direct marketing and database mining techniques. What our politicians don’t want us to know is how much THEY actually know about US.

February 9, 2011

Tim Hudak’s Empty Platform

Tim Hudak’s platform is empty. A promise to return Ontario to the happy days of ‘buck a beer’ proves that there’s nothing ‘on tap’ for PC voters this fall.

January 28, 2011

Why Corporate Tax Cuts Don’t Matter to Me

Cuts to corporate income taxes mean nothing to me and most likely, the other 2.5 million Canadians that run their own small businesses. Here are some suggestions for any party that wants to cater to the small business class and how following through on these recommendations could likely generate a majority.

April 15, 2009

Ottawa Looking to Fund Partisan Propaganda

The folks in Ottawa have been dying to figure out an ‘innovative’ way to bail out Canada’s biggest media companies (besides the CBC, of course) without creating a massive voter backlash.  With that in mind, another hairbrained scheme has materialized:  spending taxpayer money on advertising (story details are pasted below). The absurdity of this plan is laughable for a number of reasons: I normally try […]