The evidence from all OECD countries shows that the private sector is far more bureaucratic and much less efficient than the public sector when it comes to providing health care.
Ten Health Care Myths
Gentlemen from Hooker - and many other places - are quite literally pouring these and many other poisons into your coffee and your kids' juice. They just do it in a more indirect, anonymous, and apparently socially acceptable way.
150 Years of Dirty Water
Letter to the Editor, Globe and Mail
August 7, 2006
The Globe's pro-Israel pronouncements reek of double standards and historical amnesia.
Israel is praised (Editorial, August 7) for having "pulled out of Gaza". Pulled out? Israel has sealed off Gaza's borders. It is blocking food, medicine and other needed supplies. It has destroyed a large proportion of the infrastructure, including the sole power station, as well as much of the arable land. It bombs, terrorizes and kills as it pleases, on a daily basis. It has killed at least 167 residents of Gaza in the last six weeks, many of them children. The conditions in Gaza resemble nothing so much as the Warsaw ghetto after the German conquest of Poland.
Despite these facts, the Globe claims that Hezbollah's attack on Israel's military was unprovoked and that "Israel did nothing to deserve that attack". Nothing? Committing war crimes in Gaza is "nothing"?
Far from being inexplicable and unprovoked, Hezbollah's attack on an Israeli military patrol was a direct response to Israel's ongoing rampage in Gaza.
Is it wrong to come to the aid of your friends when they are being
attacked? Were England, France, and Canada guilty of 'unprovoked
aggression' when they declared war on Germany in 1939, after Germany
attacked Poland? Was Canada guilty of 'unprovoked aggression' when
it declared war on Japan after Pearl Harbor even though Canada had
not been attacked? Were we wrong to come to the aid of our allies?
If not, then why is it wrong for Hezbollah to come to the aid of
its allies when they are being attacked by Israel?