Monthly Archives: December 2015

Calgary man writes New York Times’s most popular comment of all time

Good points about benefits of living in Canada.  There is room to improve including building better and longer lasting roads like our neighbours in the US and better preparing young children to enter the work force as they are finishing … Continue reading

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Speed or Greed: Does Automated Traffic Enforcement Improve Safety or Generate Revenue

http://wp.me/p1fJaD-9L We’re often told to “just slow down” or that “speed kills” but a new study from the Frontier Centre for Public Policy says we’re being fed tired old lines. Hiroko Shimizu, author of the study Speed or Greed: Does … Continue reading

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Why buying big box food at Costco and Walmart might not save you money

http://www.weightymatters.ca/2015/10/why-buying-big-box-food-at-costco-and.html?m=1

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Integrating muslim & other immigrant families has not been going very well plus Oaths of citizenship

Interesting article below on how integrating Muslim immigrants and their current and future children has not been going very well in Belgium and elsewhere and is part of the issue with radical Islamisim. The article touches on some of the … Continue reading

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97% of “active” climate experts agree on man made climate change but more research needed on the risks and impacts

Regarding article from May 2014 in Wall Street Journel “The Myth of the Climate Change ‘97%’” linked below. I don’t have a WSJ subscription so could only read the intro to the article but found another article below which talks … Continue reading

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