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A Libertarian Perspective on Covid-19

There is a vast spectrum of opinion on Covid-19 and the SARS2 corona virus. One end believes that governments should declare martial law and forcefully lock down their people, in the extreme, extending such lock-downs indefinitely to prevent climate change. … Continue reading

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California Caves, Yet Uber is Doomed?

Aaron Benanav, writing in The Guardian, opines that Uber’s business model is doomed. This seems fairly hyperbolic. Having threatened to pull out of California completely, Uber and Lyft recently won a temporary reprieve from orders to reclassify their drivers as … Continue reading

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Reply to the CBC’s Letter to the West

The CBC published Robert Fraser’s Letter to the West: Let’s put aside the climate change thing for a bit and focus on some realities. I believe that it’s Eastern Canada that needs to put aside climate change; if that is … Continue reading

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Automation is not the Industrial Revolution

The ‘experts’ are at it again, warning that Mankind is at a ‘tipping point’ as automation and AI begins to replace us in a ‘long and painful process’. Is it time to set your hair on fire, or are they … Continue reading

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A Message to the Global Elites

How can you look The world in the eyes When all we can see is corruption and lies Cracking the whip on the backs of the poor We asked you to stop but you still wanted more The blood on … Continue reading

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