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Paul Bakhmut
Helping create a freer, more advanced and prosperous Alberta.
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 22
Fact: Canada is the poorest member of the G7. With good governance, I believe, it is possible to move a step up and become wealthier than Italy.
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Daniel Hannan Jun 17
The fall in IQ scores in developed countries, coming after nearly a century of increases, ought to concern us. Sadly, most politicians are too scared to touch the subject.
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 22
The Halifax Convention centre where convention is held opened on Dec 15, 2017. This is what it looked like in 2015:
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 22
Going to convention in Halifax? Hearing speak is a reason to get excited. A very smart guy!
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 21
At , the number of donuts to be sold is not determined by a government bureaucrat. The CEO or restaurant manager does not control the number of coffee cups available for sale. Each restaurant sells as much as they can based on demand. This is how the free market works.
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 21
“We cannot opt out of economic issues and decisions. Our only options are to be informed, uninformed, or misinformed, when making our choices.” –
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 18
At ~$325 billion/~38% of GDP, Ontario’s debt is so big it’s hard to see how any government could manage it. Would it be beneficial for Ontario to default on its debt? Discuss.
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 18
By the way, I tried croissants from (thanks ). They’re different. You should try them too! More delicious food to come when we dismantle supply management!
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 18
“My family was planning a trip to France and before we left, a foodie friend told me that I had to try French butter. Of all the possible foods to try in France, it seemed an odd recommendation. After all, butter is butter, right?”
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 18
The best direction depends on where one wants to go.
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 18
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 18
The favourite fad of leftists, taxpayer-funded injection site brought more needles. Opened only a few months ago, has become a failure, much like the Sheldon M. Chumir site in . responded by giving them more money. 🙈
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Elect Conservatives Jun 17
candidate is building more pipelines then
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 17
Typical US immigration system: five agencies in charge of one thing; parents deported without their own children.
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 16
“There are obvious reasons why a caucus of trained seals is preferable to one of rogue MPs: whipped votes move policy; united fronts deliver straightforward messages; harmonious caucuses inspire confidence.” –
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 14
Replying to @ThursdayGuy
Of course. Finding markets is not that difficult either.
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 14
: leadership campaign launch video. Do you remember it?
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 14
Replying to @ThursdayGuy
Why would they suddenly all go out of business? Most farmers in Canada aren’t protected and they don’t go out of business. It is much more likely that if the government didn’t dictate how much farmers are allowed to produce they’d be selling their products worldwide.
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 14
“[MPs support supply management] not in spite of its awfulness but because of it — because the willingness to say two plus two equals five has become the ultimate test of loyalty.”
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Paul Bakhmut Jun 14
“The number of dairy farms under this system has been decreasing just like other types of farms over the last half century. There were 113,008 when the system was put in place in 1971, but only 10,951 remaining in 2017.” –
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