#98 Trudeau’s Office View Gets Anti-Buyback Billboards

Episode 102 December 15, 2021 00:27:50
#98 Trudeau’s Office View Gets Anti-Buyback Billboards
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#98 Trudeau’s Office View Gets Anti-Buyback Billboards
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We put up a bunch of billboards outside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office reminding him that the gun ban and buyback he’s pushing won’t work.

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Feds Still Not Serious about Trillion-Dollar Deficit

Franco Terrazzano tells Todd about Ottawa politicians ignoring the skyrocketing debt, which is projected to hit $1.2 trillion by the end of this fiscal year.

READ HIS WARNING HERE: https://www.taxpayer.com/newsroom/trudeau-needs-to-make-government-debt-a-priority

Politicians Didn’t Save for a Rainy Day

British Columbia has been hammered by a major natural disaster. Kris Sims tells Todd what we can learn from the devastating events, and how politicians can prepare better.

READ MORE HERE: https://ottawasun.com/opinion/columnists/sims-b-c-flooding-shows-why-governments-should-save-for-rainy-days/wcm/118a3420-4695-4bae-bc36-d1b76529fbb5

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