Canadian Bill of Rights

August 24, 2018

Canadian Human Rights Vary, Depending on “You”

Summary Canadian human rights vary. It depends on who “you” are. It is a lie that human rights make Canadians equal. This lie creates tensions and infighting. It also distracts Canadians from working together to address the real issues. Background Many believe humans are equal in dignity and rights[1]. After […]
September 25, 2017

Canada Income Taxation Not Theft – Not on Private Property

Summary – Income Taxation Not Theft The article, “Is taxation theft?” is on www.aeon.co. The author argues income taxation is not theft because laws say it is legal. However, he does not address how income taxation clashes with private property rights in common law-based countries, such as Canada. Occam’s Razor […]
November 14, 2016

Michael Millar Tax Evasion Conviction – Why Style of Name is Still a Defense

Is Style of Name Relevant to a Tax Evasion Defense? On October 11, 2016, the court convicted Michael Millar of tax evasion. Millar’s main argument involves a Roman law concept, the style of the name. Judge Victoria Gray rejected Millar’s argument, but gave her decision using the same Roman law […]
September 19, 2016

Canadian Bill of Rights, Diefenbaker, and Income Tax

Intro Canada’s Bill of Rights, or CBOR , recognizes only the enjoyment of property. (Click here for a 7MB high resolution version). The 1982 Charter of Rights and Freedoms is even less helpful: it has no property rights at all. This is because property rights are under provincial jurisdiction. This […]