Canada’s Cash Grab Reminds UnitedStates Why Ownership Matters

I’ll keep my drill, thanks.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE ‘D o you desire to own a drill?” asks the old saying. “Or do you simply desire 2 holes in your wall?” Having viewed the habits of the Canadian federalgovernment over the last couple of weeks, I believe I’ll take the drill.

Historically, this “drill, or 2 holes in the wall” concern hasactually been conjuredup in the context of marketing — its function being to remind the purveyors of customer items that they must focus on what their items do rather than what they are. “Don’t inform individuals how strong the engine is,” a specialist may state, “tell them how quick they

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