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It’s been pretty one sided so I wanted to say that I always wear a bracelet, ring and a pendant necklace and good god no it’s not bling far from it. All the pieces I wear are silver, understated and British designed and made. It’s easy to point at bling and poke fun, of course everyone should, but I don’t think you should tar all men’s jewellery with the same brush.
Admitted free, said the court, means a province cannot impose a tariff or a measure, but it can impose tariff like measures if the objective is to achieve some social or other policy objectives.In the New Brunswick beer case, said the court, the alleged policy objective of the is not to restrict trade across a provincial boundary, to enable public supervision of the production, movement, sale and use of alcohol within New Brunswick. The New Brunswick law, it added, acts a tariff contrary to the BNA Act free trade clause, but the tariff is justified because it is a social policy and is not intended to impede trade.The Supreme Court of Canada, observing through the prism of legal, political and judicial protectionist complexity rather than the eyes of mere mortals, says the words admitted free in Canada’s constitution are ambiguous or arguably ambiguous.Justin Tang/The Canadian Press/FileWith all due respect, this is economic baloney. In current circumstances, the only real reason to restrict beer and liquor imports and arrest people who break the law is to protect the monopoly revenues of the New Brunswick Liquor Corporation.
And yet, the uncomfortable truth of modern food shopping is that there is a booming market of luxury foods. And while they may not have designer labels, they are certainly steeped with a set of values. Why else would you pay $7 for a half gallon glass bottle of local, grass fed milk? Consumers aren’t just paying for the taste, but the lifestyle and values it embodies..
There are still many unknowns. The ruling upheld a South Dakota law that exempts sellers with $100,000 or less in sales in the state. Other states are free to set their own thresholds, and it not known what they might be or how long it would take for all the states to weigh in, says David Campbell, CEO of TaxCloud, a provider of tax compliance software.
I think Barkley is right in the sense that it does not really help to protest injustices. Instead of protest one must demonstrate by one own actions. Japanese Nisei could have protested against being interned; instead they volunteered to fight courageously during WWII for which the following generations of Japanese Americans are forever grateful.