Month: June 2018

Harley-Davidson deals with EU tariffs

In a recent regulatory filing from Harley-Davidson. the company will “provide more details of the financial implications and plans to mitigate the impact of retaliatory EU tariffs during the company’s second quarter earnings conference call on July 24, 2018, at 8:00AM CDT.” Check out the resources below to learn more about this developing story. Source....

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Marijuana legalization in Canada

History has been made, as Canada became the first G7 nation to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. On October 17th 2018, pot will officially be legal. Justin Trudeau and other Canadian government officials believe this is a necessary step towards making the cannabis market safer and out of the hands of criminals. #C45 has passed the Senate – this is an historic milestone for progressive policy in Canada as we shift our approach to cannabis. This legislation will help protect our youth from the risks of cannabis while keeping profits out of the hands of criminals and organized crime. (1/2)...

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Hate Speech in South Africa

After a slew of terrible comments made from South African pastor Oscar Bougaardt against homosexuality, the High Court of South Africa decided it had had enough. A recent ruling found Bougaardt guilty of hate speech, a form of rhetoric recently banned in South Africa. Obviously, comments like “ninety-nine percent of pedophiles stem from homosexuality,” and “[homosexuals] behave worse than animals in bed” are egregious and should not fostered, as it can offend large groups of people who have been systematically disenfranchised throughout human history. However, making it illegal and punishable by law to say things freely can become more damaging to society,...

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