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POPULIST OR PLUTOCRAT?

THE CONTRARIAN Here is a collection of quotes and notes that sort of define my politics. Pretty gloomy, sort of suits this time of year. I am first of all a classical Liberal, that is, one who believes the way … Continue reading

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HOUSING PLAN

  THE CONTRARIAN The following essay is from a year ago, praising the Ontario government of the day for recognizing much of the problem with housing. Of course they missed the main problem, which is Ontario is bent on directing … Continue reading

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THE CARPET OF HISTORY

THE CONTRARIAN I am a history nut. I believe we are at the leading edge of history as it unfolds, sort of like rolling out a carpet, and everything that has gone before has an impact on what is to … Continue reading

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The Human Drive for Inequality

I thought you might find the following essay interesting, it is copied from the Casey Daily Dispatch, july 3/18. The Human Drive for Inequality,   By John Hunt, MD At the Foundation for Economic Education Conference (FEECON) in 2017, I met … Continue reading

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Doug Casey on the Plague of Cultural Marxists

  THE CONTRARIAN   — Doug Casey is one of my favourite modern writers, he is an extreme Libertarian, but his ideas are always interesting. Here is some excerpts from an interview with him back in 2017 Nick Giambruno: What exactly … Continue reading

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BUYING A TESLA?

THE CONTRARIAN There’s a lot of hype around electric cars these days, especially the Tesla, with new models coming out that might even be affordable for ordinary people. But you won’t see me rushing out to buy one because I … Continue reading

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POPULISM

THE CONTRARIAN Here are two letters (not published) to the editor of arguably our main Canadian newsmagazine, one from 2014, and the second from 2017. They dramatically illustrate a change in the way our mainstream press defines ‘Populism’ over the … Continue reading

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