University Leaders in North America abandoned Their Role 

Why aren’t university leaders leading? They are allowing students to push insane, bizarre, politically correct ideas on everyone in their universities (and colleges). To be sure, university leaders must be careful not to dismiss as political correctness (PC), valid responses by certain groups to subliminal, unconscious, biased behaviors. Racism and sexism are pervasive in society, and sometimes folks aren’t conscious of […]

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Toronto City Hall Waste $75,000 for 30 Chairs

How could a responsible individual or group justify using taxpayers’ funds to buy 30 chairs at $2,500 each? Type of chairs, history, ambience, are irrelevant. The only concern must be the source of funding–we the people. Firing the person responsible does not deal adequately with the underlying cause. A toxic system, a prodigal mindset, disregard for people’s finances, are a few reasons this waste will endure.

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Harper Government Want Better Public Sector’s Performance

Public servants, like government ministers, don’t get fired for incompetence and waste. The current poster child of waste and ineffectiveness is former Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty who along with his rogues slapped a half billion dollar bill on taxpayers to win seats in Ontario’s recent elections. In the process they broke the law by deleting emails. Will they account for the wasting funds and their illegal acts?

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Apple’s Tim Cook Should Teach Effective Resources Management To Senators

Isn’t the United States the bastion of capitalism? The country where folks aspire to the American dream? It’s sprouted corporations like Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Whole Foods, Walmart; but today it seems to be sputtering. Many home grown corporations are finding greener pastures abroad because, among other reasons, the United States has the highest corporate tax rate in the world. Not only is the corporate tax rate highest, but the tax code is cumbersome, and the tax system operated by unionized bureaucrats determined to bully selected groups.

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Harper Government’s Lost $3.1 Billon Cause Voters to Act?

Will the mission $3.1 billion irritate Canadians so much they start demanding effective performance from provincial and federal governments? The auditor general says the Canadian government was unable to account for 3.1 billion Canadian dollars of anti-terrorism funding. Instead of being outraged, Prime Minister Stephen Harper retorted that the report had nothing to do with the improper use of money, but rather ‘how the spent money is categorized.’ What a pathetic reaction!

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