Parties United Against The Free Market – October 23, 2008
The only answer I can come up with is this: Most voters have no idea how supply management works. They don't realize they're paying more for their weekly groceries because of it. Big Farm, though, knows all about it.
Somaliland - Sleeping-Walking Into Disaster – July 11, 2008
"And then came the global warming hysteria, an idea that has more to do with Europe’s prosperous middle class politics and media than it has to do with Science but which no politician in the West could be seen to question let alone oppose. It basically makes three claims: that the world is warming up; we are causing it; and it is a bad thing. Each of those claims could be challenged but no one dared to be seen on the `wrong’ side of this `debate’."
The World Food Summit: Canada is part of the problem – June 10, 2008
The food-crisis summit that was held in Rome by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) last week reminds us that the protectionist policies of the industrialized countries are having harmful consequences on the well-being of the world population. Canada, the world's fourth-largest exporter and fifth-largest importer of agricultural products, must show its goodwill by reforming some of its programs that harm trade.
China – The Emerging Economic Powerhouse – March 27, 2004
China rapidly emerges as a major economic player on the global stage.
The Moral Case for Free Trade and Globalization – May 6, 2003
The most important arguments for free and open trade relate to liberty and peace.
The European Union’s Crazy Agricultural Policy – March 26, 2003
Free trade in agriculture and other products would boost both rich and poor countries and save rich countries, particularly those in Europe, a lot of money.