Saturday, November 18th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal reports today on a successful lawsuit against Anheuser-Busch InBev because of the false impression Becks is brewed in Germany. Beck’s used to be brewed in Germany, owned by local German families until 2002 when it was sold to Belgium’s Interbrew, which then merged with Brazil’s AmBev, to become InBev, which in […]

Oh good, we’re being lectured by foreigners, now. Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union Secretary-Treasurer Gaétan Ménard will meet with his counterparts and bring back a first-hand account to Canada. “This is not just an attack against public sector unions, it’s an attack against all those who seek fairness in the workplace through their trade unions,” […]

Governor Jim Doyle, desperately trying to save his global warming bill, tells another whopper: Doyle said Tuesday that the bill up for a vote in the Assembly would actually lower costs for electric rate payers and create jobs. His comments came after he spoke at an event honoring the upcoming Earth Day. Concerns over possible […]

Some Canadians are still licking their wounds from the loss by the Canadian Hockey team to the United States the other night (ht: Real Debate). I know, we’re making it up that anyone from Canada would want to come to the United States for the health care, right? By the way, did you hear the […]

Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams is coming to the United States for a heart operation. I notice he isn’t going to Cuba or Great Britain for their wonderful universal health care. Could it be that government-run health care is not all that it’s promised to be? I hope the students in Canada don’t riot […]

Mark Steyn gave National Review Online an update on Canada’s Human Rights Commission, an organization which was not interested in human rights, particularly the right of free speech. …earlier this month, over 99 per cent of delegates to the Conservative Party convention voted to abolish Section 13 (the “hate speech” provision) of the Canadian Human […]

The craft beer movement is extending manifest destiny northward. Just as wines from Napa Valley, Sonoma County and Oregon are giving bordeaux, burgundy and barolo a run for their money, breweries from California to New York are proving they can make some of the best suds in the world. And they’re not just copies of […]

Patrick McIlheran comments on the pregnant refugees fleeing to America to escape state-run health care. Canada’s answer? More central planning. Print this entry