This is absolutely moronic, but not just for the reasons most people will think. If the elephants are pests, why don't the farmers kill them themeselves? (Probably because the dictator Mugabe does not allow his people the right to bear arms.) Also, it looks to be the least efficient way possible to stop herbivores from destroying your crop. How about an electric fence, for example? Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
The government monopoly over people's access to medical care is pretty well baked in, and the militant unions fight to protect their privileges. But they can't stop Canadians who are denied care by government bureaucrats from coming to the U.S. and paying cash for the care they need. See http://tinyurl.com/5r4lhkm. About Canada Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
What a difference a president makes! The NY Times' editorial this morning urged France to take a back seat on the bombing of Libya. (I write "bombing" because that is what I see happening. I have no idea what they mean by a "no-fly zone".) The editorialists urge that NATO take command of the campaign. NATO, of course, means the U.S., because the North Atlantic Treaty demands that an American general or admiral be the top uniformed officer in the alliance.
Actually, Canada is more economically free than the U.S. now, according to the Heritage Foundation's rankings, but it's because of smaller government, not because the government censors broadcast speech.
We have laws in the U.S. against libel and slander. What more do you socialists need? What is shocking about this story is that a regulatory bureaucracy has apparently overruled Parliament. How does that happen in a democracy? Read the Article at HuffingtonPost