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Monday, February 04, 2013

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John Chittick

Richard, you wouldn't be one of those pesky libertarians that Harper told to take a hike a few years back? Sounds pretty seditious to me!

Right-on! Now find a broadcaster with a CRTC licence and see if they will read your post on air to the public that needs to hear it.

nomdeblog

Ezra would probably read it on The Source.

“The greatest check on government corruption is having a small and highly limited government.”

Additionally, as much as possible, government needs to be kept tightly local. We need government close, where we can keep an eye on it. There is a local immunity to corruption but that immunity breaks down with distance; corruption can flourish at a distance....e.g., equalization payments.

Cytotoxic

"we need government close, where we can keep an eye on it. There is a local immunity to corruption"

What? The worst of government corruption-mafia and police brutality type stuff-all seems to be concentrated in the local end. Nobody pays attention to local elections either.

The CRTC is here to stay for a long time. The best bet is development of technologies and their usage to circumvent and undermine the CRTC. They won't notice their own obsolescence.

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