Category Archives: economics

Technology’s “Brave New World”

Yesterday January 30, 2017,  John Chen, U.S. citizen born in China; head of what was once a Canadian company, Research in Motion; now the more international Blackberry Ltd. was interviewed on BNN and objected to the U.S. ban on Middle … Continue reading

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Fearing President Trump

Opinion Let us hope for a Donald Trump disaster If Trump’s success transfers from politics to governing, his dark and guttural ways will become entrenched By Scott Reid, for CBC News Posted: Jan 23, 2017 5:00 AM ETLast Updated: Jan 23, … Continue reading

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I just noticed that the post about Mr. George and Pen West that I wrote in August 2014 was viewed a couple of times this May 2016. For me its importance was that it was about the man who eliminated Canada’s … Continue reading

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The Good Old Days

Now that Mr. Trump’s fooled those who’ve been embarrassing themselves trying to embarrass him and his supporters, the real Mr. Trump is emerging, the man whose society is high society. To “make America great again” he’ll let his society keep … Continue reading

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Infrastructure Anyone

I wrote what follows just about when President Obama was celebrating the most expensive inauguration in American history. I had been hearing him talking about reviving the U.S. economy by spending money on infrastructure which today keeps being offered in … Continue reading

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Tar Sands Media Mystery

Originally posted on Deremigi's Blog:
April 18, 2014 Since I published “Oil By Train Or Pipe”inspired by an email from the U.S. Energy Administration, some times identified by the acronym EIA, a slew of Nobel Laureates that included former…

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Mr. Draghi’s Euro Q.E.

January 22,2015 Well they were saying a Q.E. in Europe could take up where the Q.E. in America stopped. I guess they were right as Europe will be purchasing 50 billion Euros a month till 2016 or when inflation appears, … Continue reading

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