'T is the season to be ... elected With election season coming up in Belgium - local elections in October followed by regional and national elections in May 2019 - the Belgian roads and people's front gardens are transformed by forests of flyers with faces of ambitious young and older hopefuls adorning them. These are … Continue reading Choose the one we like … or?
As Belgians, we “enjoy” a significant level of taxation. And while I, as anyone, would like to pay as little taxes as possible, it is not the level of taxation which vexes me, but the often ineffective and inefficient way in which taxes are being used. In other words, I would mind paying taxes a … Continue reading What matters about taxes
UPDATE November 15th: I updated each of the paragraphs to reflect my conclusion on each of the statements. The Economist published the following interesting analysis of voting patterns during this and the prior US presidential election. A word of thanks to my colleague Denis for pointing this analysis out to me. The analysis, which provides … Continue reading Did Clinton’s ground game actually benefit Trump?