August 17, 2016

Why Supreme Court’s teachers union ruling could cost taxpayers billions

Rebel Staff

Jordan Bateman of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation told guest host Jerry Agar that the BC Teachers Federation case currently before the Supreme Court is so important, the Trudeau, Wynne and Notley governments are intervening against the teachers. Find out why.

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commented 2016-08-17 13:32:06 -0400
Keith Richards i feel the same way, we need to hit rock bottom for the idiots to realize their ideology does not work. It may be better to get it over and done with.
commented 2016-08-17 11:25:20 -0400
BILL ELDER: Why don’t you run for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada? In a couple of posts each day you show more knowledge and common sense approaches to our problems than any of our present politicians. I wish I could have a sit down with you and pick your brain. I value and respect your posts, keep em coming.

DJBT and the rest
commented 2016-08-17 11:03:45 -0400
Teachers strike to get what they want, maybe the taxpayer should go on strike, we are long over due for a tax revolt. Public sector benefits has made the wage and benefit gap between Private sector (those who fund the public sector) and public sector (those who consume private sector output) into a gulf what is now impassable. There are now 2 classes of wage earners in Canada – the burdened (taxpayers/wealth creators) and the unburdened (tax/wealth consumers).

Every major western country has experienced a workers general strike when too much of their productivity was stolen by kleptocrats – we are due.
commented 2016-08-17 09:46:43 -0400
Keith Richards, the website you linked to provides absolutely no evidence nor even any heresy supporting their allegations that children are having to sell themselves to feed themselves.

In addition that website claims it is only the price of oil that is the case of the economic downturn in the Alberta’s oilsands, which is a clear blatant lie. The oilsands was booming in Ralph Klein’s days even though the price of oil averaged $36/barrel (and that amount is converted to 2015 dollars).

You need to do better research. I question if that is the type of crap they are posting.

Oh, and by the way, not all Albertans voted for the NDP, so please stop labelling all Albertans as “stupid.” That just shows how much of an asshole you really are.
commented 2016-08-17 09:09:31 -0400
commented 2016-08-17 08:50:17 -0400
More socialist utopia happening in Alberta – child prostitution as a means to earn income

Alberta – on stage for the socialist mess it has become and in about a year. Says something about the system and how fucking stupid Alberta voters really are.
commented 2016-08-17 08:23:16 -0400
I am sure you already realise that they are socialists because they are idiots.
commented 2016-08-17 08:21:37 -0400
And take the rest of us all down with them?? No way, Richard. You may be willing to live in a collapsed economy for the sake of “punishing” socialist leftards, but not me.

Anyway, I doubt the shits would even learn from that. They would probably just blame it on Harper and all the rest of the Conservatives in Canada.
commented 2016-08-17 08:16:32 -0400
This is great news!!! Hope the unions win. Why?? Because this should financially collapse Canada for a good and long time.

And put an end to these fucking progressives once and for all – for the world to see.