Category Archives: Business Behaviour

Safe insulin, food for all or a few?

If it’s unsafe, unhealthy it’s unsafe, unhealthy for everyone not just for those who can afford to pay extra for safe, healthy insulin, food and personal care products. Subpar ingredients or pesticide, herbicide and/or additive ladened ingredients are not frills. … Continue reading

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Castigate cell carriers

Cell carriers constantly consternate cleverly concocting complicated, confusing, coiled (a sign they may not want to abandon coiled phone cords!) contacts (i.e., plans, agreements and schemes) catapulting clients ceaselessly into a circuitous cavern. Caveat emptor Canadians! N.B. That’s why cell … Continue reading

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Health care?

In North America, we do not have health care systems; we have illness care systems, which provide conduits for pharmaceutical companies. You shouldn’t be surprised, therefore, if you hear a physician say:  “the drugs won’t prevent cancer.”   We appreciate … Continue reading

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Financial institution games

Scenario #1.  Have you paid a balance on a credit card or line of credit (that’s not provided by your financial institution) at your bank’s ATM, or with your electronic device on the due date and been dinged for interest? … Continue reading

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Entitlement writ large

Entitlement is on full display in the SNC-Lavalin affair. Entitlement of a company. Entitlement of a prime minister’s office. LILLEY: Time to call in cops to probe SNC-Lavalin affair   We appreciate your comments. Click here. Trumping Trudeau: How Donald … Continue reading

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Supply management: better food quality?

We’re told that supply management is suppose to improve the quality of dairy, chicken and turkey products, table eggs, and broiler hatching eggs.  Why then do Canadians still find blood spotted eggs and bloody, antibiotics-laced poultry on their plates?   We … Continue reading

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Has Google asked your permission?

Have you noticed that your uploaded photographs often show up on search engines, such as Google? Has a search engine ever cleared the appearance of your photo(s) on their site with you?   We appreciate your comments. Click here. Trumping … Continue reading

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Amazon, Facebook, Google: too big?

On May 15, 1911, the US Supreme Court ruled that Standard Oil was an “unreasonable” monopoly under the Sherman Antitrust Act.  It ordered Standard to break up into 34 independent companies. Mr. Dave Hodges and Dr. Michael Savage muse that … Continue reading

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“Beware the ‘tion-factor'”

The writer in the link below compels us to be wary of the “tion-factor”:  amalgamation, deinstitutionalization, privatization, globalization, suburbanization and intensification. Government and business love such words because when John and Jane Q. Citizen hear or read them they think:  … Continue reading

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Politician-purchasers, media-purchasers

Mr. Trump is a thorn in the side of the political and media circles who have been bought and paid for. Who are the politician-purchasers and media-purchasers in your locality? P.S.  The sky has still not fallen in the UK.  … Continue reading

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