It is one thing for Bill Gates to advocate the evil idea of sacrificing producers and all the rest of us who benefit from the products and wealth they create. For politicians like prime minister Trudeau, who have the power to actually sacrifice the producers through government force, such as bans, taxes and other wealth distribution schemes, it is doubly immoral.
If anyone else did what the government does with our money, such as hand out corporate welfare, it would be called theft.
The companies protesting the travel ban and urging Trump to alter it (some are also joined the legal fight to have it canceled) deserve our praise and gratitude.
Businesspeople who produce material values are not the same as crooks who prey on gullible investors or customers or both, and produce nothing.
Preferring American-made products to those made in China or Mexico just because they were made in America, does not enhance American prosperity.
Fonda’s attack on the oil sands is inconsequential; Trudeau’s is evil.
iPhones would never have been created in a centrally planned economy where the government regulates the prices, from CEO pay to those of products.
While often criticizing government for curtailing our freedom instead of protecting it and businesspeople (or others) for failing to act ethically, I want to focus on the positive in my last post of the year.