Liberals do the exact opposite to solve the problem


Canada euthanizes the poor

The B.C. Catholic reports that Canada has committed to euthanizing its poor rather than treating them.

There is an endlessly repeated witticism by the poet Anatole France that ‘the law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread.’ What France certainly did not foresee is that an entire country – and an ostentatiously progressive one at that – has decided to take his sarcasm at face value and to its natural conclusion.

Since last year, Canadian law, in all its majesty, has allowed both the rich as well as the poor to kill themselves if they are too poor to continue living with dignity. In fact, the ever-generous Canadian state will even pay for their deaths. What it will not do is spend money to allow them to live instead of killing themselves.

As with most slippery slopes, it all began with a strongly worded denial that it exists. In 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada reversed 22 years of its own jurisprudence by striking down the country’s ban on assisted suicide as unconstitutional, blithely dismissing fears that the ruling would ‘initiate a descent down a slippery slope into homicide’ against the vulnerable as founded on ‘anecdotal examples’. The next year, Parliament duly enacted legislation allowing euthanasia, but only for those who suffer from a terminal illness whose natural death was ‘reasonably foreseeable’.

(Read more at The B.C. Catholic)

Rather than wasting the resource of a human life, why not provide the healthcare you famously promised?

God gifted us with the advantage of life. For those who have sound mind and means (as do most who are in governmental positions), to allow others in their sway to slip into death due to governmental negligence is unconscionable.

Biden wants to put out the inflation fire by pouring government-spending gasoline on it

The New York Times suggested in a 11 November 2021 article that Biden’s plan to spend more government money would magically cure inflation (which they must have seen as more favorable than contradicting another Democrat).

Rocketing inflation has become a headache for U.S. consumers, and President Biden has a go-to prescription. He says a key way to help relieve increasing prices is to pass a $1.85 trillion collection of spending programs and tax cuts that is currently languishing in the Senate.

A wide range of economists agree with the president — but only in part. They generally accept his argument that in the long run, the bill and his infrastructure plan could make businesses and their workers more productive, which would help to ease inflation as more goods and services are produced across the economy.

But many researchers, including a forecasting firm that Mr. Biden often cites to support the economic benefits of his proposals, say the bill is structured in a way that could add to inflation next year, before prices have had time to cool off.

(Read more from the NYTwits)

From the way Biden has approached inflation, it seems that he has not looked at history

It seems that he has not looked at the hyperinflationary actions of Venezuela when they compounded the problem of skyrocketing consumer costs by printing more money. Likewise, as pointed out by Elizabeth Ames in her promotion of her book with Steve Forbes and Nathan Lewis, it seems that Biden has not reviewed the history of the 1970’s (when raising interest rates only pushed the nation into recession).

Instead of these options, Biden might follow the example of Paul Volcker (who killed inflation by stabilizing the dollar) (a concept mentioned by Elizabeth Ames during an interview on News Radio KTRH).

How government spending fuels inflation

The Wall Street Journal presents a common-sense view of how government spending adds to the problem of inflation.

Annual inflation in the U.S. rose to 7.5% in January, the highest it’s been since February 1982, when it was 7.6% and declining. This current crisis, economist John Cochrane says, came as “a complete surprise” to the Federal Reserve. “All of the governors who reported forecasts, all of the staff, missed it.” When he calls this an “institutional failure,” he sounds almost kind.

Mr. Cochrane, 64, parses the present inflation in a conversation by Zoom from his house in Palo Alto, Calif., near Stanford University, where he’s a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. His tone is wry, and it’s obvious he doesn’t hold this Fed in the greatest esteem. “They’re leading us in the dark,” he says, “with a great pretense of knowing exactly what the map is in front of us.”

(continued)

He traces the present inflation to the pandemic and the government’s response. Starting in March 2020, “the Treasury issued $3 trillion of new debt, which the Fed quickly bought in return for $3 trillion of new reserves.” The Treasury then sent checks to people and businesses, later borrowing another $2 trillion and sending more checks. Overall federal debt rose nearly 30%. “Is it at all a surprise,” Mr. Cochrane asks, “that a year later inflation breaks out?”

(Read more at the Wall Street Journal)

 

3 thoughts on “Liberals do the exact opposite to solve the problem

  1. Wow! This is so true! 💯💯💯I believe it’s deliberate! Too many people think that these leaders are incompetent and stupid- they’re not. No one is that stupid or incompetent. Ever heard of something being so stupid it’s deliberate? Sadly, it’s true. Thank you so much for speaking truth! There’s just too few people like you these days!

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