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The Socialist Climate Agenda

I’m going to comment on Paris Marx’s recent CBC article Canada can learn from Australia’s carbon pricing mistakes. The article’s subtitle, “Carbon taxes may be the most efficient way to reduce emissions, but they’re not politically popular”, is a bad start. Where’s … Continue reading

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Rationality Rules Statist Arguments Debunked

Rationality Rules has published a video “debunking” libertarianism: Here’s Why I’m NOT a Libertarian. Let’s have a look at his inane arguments. I have always found it quaint and rather touching that there is a movement libertarians in the u.s. that thinks Americans … Continue reading

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Attacking White Liberals Helps Trump

The so-called progressive left continue to attack their allies in the center. For example, last week, Slate published an interview in which feminist Robin DiAngelo explained Why White Liberals Are So Unwilling to Recognize Their Own Racism. These kinds of articles … Continue reading

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MacLean’s Doubles Down on Identity Politics

MacLean’s makes me feel better about my tax money being used to fund the CBC. Last year, they were promoting the opinion that We don’t need less identity politics—we need more. Opinion: We need to tackle all our different challenges, … Continue reading

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Unions Adjust to “Racist” Automation

The Huffington Post has a new article that insists that When We Talk About Automation, We Also Need To Talk About Race. Why do they say this? Technology is becoming ever more present in the way work in all industries … Continue reading

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Socialists Fix Improved Productivity with Higher Taxes

Technology Review has published an article claiming San Francisco Will Consider a Tax on Robots. Let’s consider their wisdom. When robots steal our jobs, should they be made to pay taxes? That’s something residents of San Francisco are being asked to … Continue reading

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The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics

I recently finished the book “The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics” by Anonymous Conservative. This book proposes that conservatism and liberalism are outgrowths of human psychologies that have evolved based on r/K Selection Theory. The book has influenced some prominent conservative … Continue reading

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