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I was interviewed on May 7, 2013 by Dr. Stan Monteith on, how, for the first time in nearly 150 years, Canada is more free than the United States.

For some of the issues raised in my discussion, see my articles:

1) Once founded as a limited government whose powers are “few and defined”, the United States federal government is more centralized and expansive than Canada’s

2) Two major factors that keep Canada’s federal government on a tighter leash than that of the United States

3) Canada more economically free than the United States for the fourth year in a row: Heritage Foundation

4) Still think Canada is more socialist than the United States? The joke’s on you

5) Championed Canadian political success stories on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith

6) Canada the best place for business in 2011: Forbes

7) Vaccinations are not mandatory for students in Canada

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On October 4, 2011, Forbes announced that Canada is the best place for business in 2011, ahead of the United States in 10th place.

This is a continuation of a trend that began in 1993 when Canada started on a path to get its fiscal house in order, and accelerated in 2001 with the reckless policies of the Bush administration, which have since been aggravated by the Obama administration.

For my other articles on Canada’s economic ascendancy compared to its once great neighbour, see:

1. Once founded as a limited government whose powers are few and defined, the United States federal government is more centralized and expansive than Canada’s

2. Canada has one of the lowest average tariff rates in the world, with the 9th lowest out of 183 countries

3. The conservative Heritage Foundation labels Canada’s economy free and the United States as only mostly free

4. Still think Canada is more socialist than the United States? The joke’s on you

5. Canada more tax friendly for business than the United States: KPMG

6. Canada has more economic freedom than the United States: The Heritage Foundation

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