The Perils of the Minimum Wage

Minimum wage laws are the most anti-employment legislation a government can create. The labour market, supply of and demand for labour, will determine the proper wage for entry level employment. But that is never good enough for vote deficient political leaders and the special interests concealed behind them. Why let markets work when there are…

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Manitoba Party Re-Launch

Our Re-launch The Manitoba Party is ready to re-launch in the New Year. Our objective is winning the next provincial election scheduled for October of 2020. Memberships, constituency associations, candidates, general meetings, creation and adjustment of policy, promoting the Party and its principles, and gathering people and funds will be the priorities. As you may…

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Deficits Are Not the Problem

The Real Problem is not a $400 Million Deficit It is imagined that the deficit of the Manitoba Government is presently a small portion of its total expenditures of $13 billion – that is the $400 million not already wrung from the heavily taxed property and incomes of Manitobans. Pursuing this line of reasoning, if…

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$10,000 Public Finance Challenge

Manitoba Party’s $10,000 Public Finance Challenge The Prize – $10,000 in Canadian funds. The Claim – That it makes no difference whether a community has its government borrow from or tax resident citizens to fund public expenditures. The Challenge – Find the flaw that defeats the proof and refutes the claim. In watching the video…

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