“Buy now, pay later” means no “buy later.” And that can be a problem for an economy.
Big shot syndrome (BSS). It afflicts cronies especially. It is a predisposition to Big Shot Syndrome that drives so many toward cronyism after all.
“Don’t worry about us eh? So what if we have to wait 2 years for a hip replacement? We’ve got home brewed painkillers. And yeah, we get hosed on taxes. But the beer helps. “
It looks like Boeing misread the market. Now it’s trying to get taxpayers to pay for its mistake.
Trump should have let the Export-Import Bank die.
This all sounds oddly familiar. Eh?
Tariffs are about as crony as it gets. They help a very narrow group of folks or an industry (who are connected government decision makers) while penalizing consumers. So congrats, now houses are even more expensive to build. Thanks.
Well, Trudeau might be good for something. But notice how the state will make a bunch of money on legal canabis.
We have no problem with anyone getting paid for performing well in the marketplace. However, if one is leaning on the taxpayers to make ends meet (or worse leaning on taxpayers simply because one can) perhaps a 50% executive pay increase isn’t warranted.
Otherwise known as “pay to play.” This all sounds oddly familiar. Did he give any speeches at Goldman Sachs?
Let’s see how many actually leave.
Well, a lot of people said they were going to move. For our readers information.
And I’ll say, Canada is a great country. The people I have found to be nice. The beer’s pretty good. But it gets really cold. If you do move be sure to drop us a line from Toronto after the glaciers recede in the spring.
The boat payment is always the first to go. Or maybe the snowmobile in Canada.