I know I should ignore .... I really, really do. :ROFLMAO:
If you owe the bank a billion dollars who has the problem? You or the bank?
China and Russia are making money.
So are Ireland, Norway, Singapore and Australia.
The US and the UK are losing money.
Canada's books are in balance...
At one end of the spectrum we have commissioned officers flying large bodies at high altitudes for long periods and at various speeds while sitting beside a coffee pot.
At the other end of the spectrum we have corporals flying small bodies at low altitudes for short periods and a various speeds...
Sometimes I wish people would stop trying so hard and just take their hands off the wheel for a bit and observe. Try to figure out what the stable state is before deciding if they need to fix it.
Beware of the man with a plan.
I agree with you.
I will only say that I am more optimistic now than I have been in a long while. Not because of Poilievre or the CPC or anything of the sort but because I am sensing (and perhaps it is only a hope) that there is a bit of sea-change in the West.
The discontent that is driving...
All measures require a definition. The meter, the gram and the second require a definition, and a standard.
The Balance of Trade, to me represents the rate at which the economies of countries grow. Is the balloon shrinking or expanding? The economy can grow internally, no doubt. But how do...
There is no lack of opportunity. There is no lack of money. There is no lack of foreign will.
What there is is a lack of domestic will.
This government does not want to spend on defence.
I argue that the US is a special case in that when it withdrew from the last tenuous attachment to the Gold Standard in 1971 it effectively forced the world into betting on the US economy. It removed the measuring stick. The rest of the world then floated their scrips against the floating...
I disagree. If you want to buy more stuff you need to sell more stuff.
The Aussies can afford to buy because they sell. Canada could afford to buy more if it sold more.
America's BOT could be rectified by becoming a net exporter of fuels again and manufacturing more internally.
The UK could...
After watching Canadian governments of both stripes, but this mob in particular, the one constant seems to be spending Canadian dollars in Canada on Canadians. Effectively the Canadian Dollar is Scrip - a local promissory note circulated internally.
The government buys as little as possible...