Category Archives: Responsible and Accountable Expenditures

Gross

A business (especially at the head of a supply chain) that raises prices in a pandemic. A government that raises taxes, that raises fees in a pandemic.  

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The twelfth day of Christmas

Small, focused and solvent government MATTERS!    

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The eleventh day of Christmas

What the experts:  epidemiologists, infectious disease specialists, virologists, etc., etc., etc., (especially those on THE taxpayer’s dime) were doing between non-expert, Mr. Bill Gates’ March 2015 TED talk The next outbreak? We’re not ready and 31 January 2020 MATTERS!   … Continue reading

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Do you know how your municipality spends YOUR money?

Do they employ an indispensable “Chief Resilience Officer?” Is the flavour-of-the-month consultant—”Climate Change Consultant” contracted to preach how we vassals must navigate the final ten to twelve years (give or take) of the earth’s existence? Note the predictable career path … Continue reading

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Brantford Police former headquarters ok for homeless

Once upon a time the former Brantford Police headquarters on Greenwich St. was “sinking.”  Hence the push in the 80s for a new headquarters; the latest incarnation is at Wayne Gretzky Parkway and Elgin St. (no reports of sinking, yet). … Continue reading

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Teachers’ union tantrum prevention

Time for public sector unions to stop holding taxpayers hostage! Time for Ontario teachers to drag their union leadership of the following organizations: Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO) Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) Ontario English Catholic … Continue reading

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School employees detention TBA

We await confirmation of a one-hour detention for all school employees in Ontario.  We understand that they will be required to take turns writing the following on the blackboard or flip chart: I love working in a school. It’s a … Continue reading

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Federal election ’19 primer: Social engineering run amok

LADIES and GENTLEMEN, GIRLS and BOYS, do you recall your MP contacting you for your input on Bill C-16, which added legal protection for “gender identity” and “gender expression” to the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal code? https://www.parl.ca/DocumentViewer/en/42-1/bill/C-16/first-reading … Continue reading

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Federal election ’19 primer: Taxpayers can’t afford the CBC

Time for government to get out of businesses it has no business being in, or at the very least begin to shrink its role. The CBC must adapt a new funding model that includes, but not limited to: member station … Continue reading

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Federal election ’19 primer: Favourtism, breaking the law

Not a Leader “He trampled over the rule of law, in the LavScam scandal to save jobs (so Trudeau says) and Liberal seats in Quebec, but did nothing as thousands of Albertans lost their jobs.” https://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/opinion/letters/letters-to-the-editor-77  

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