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Laws governing private property only enable bad neighbours

"There will always be the occasional bad apple who really does pollute his own property to such a degree that it causes problems for those who live near him. But note that these are not problems like looking out a window and spotting a couple of red-cheeked skating children when a row of red tulips might be lovelier."

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Let parents do the parenting

 Like so many other areas of life, parenthood is slowly being taken over by the busybodies of the state.

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Defending the TWU dissenters

"...it’s striking that so many members of the legal community, who should understand better than anyone the importance of the rule of law, have chosen to essentially disregard good Supreme Court precedent on the basis that it is protecting religious thoughts they personally find offensive."

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Provincial booze barriers might fall

"I love this case because of its potential to liberate markets in other products - for instance eggs, poultry and dairy products. Internal trade barriers in these farm products also increase prices and reduce consumer choice."

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Panhandlers anonymous

Banning the expression of a problem does not make the problem go away.

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Upcoming court case may finally free beer laws

" Comeau’s case could be the coup de grace for the ridiculous restrictions that raise prices and reduce choices for consumers."

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A truly consumer-friendly government would clean its own house before attacking U.S. companies

"The problem is that the most obvious government-imposed harms to consumers — which touch on important constitutional questions — are being ignored even as “protecting consumers” is being blared through megaphones."

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