Despite capitalism's track record of producing wealthier and enviromentally-conscious societies, decision makers across the globe keep insisting on anti-market and Malthusian-like measures as the best solutions to combat climate change.
Under a new Vermont law, members of the military who earned a certification during their service won't have to waste time getting recertified for civilian licensed jobs.
Taking a page out of Orwell's 1984, the state of Delaware is testing a mobile driver’s license program that enables law enforcement to keep track of citizens at all times.
A little pink house that looks over the water in a Connecticut working-class neighborhood and a “not for sale” sign perfectly depict the courage of a woman who fought against all odds to keep her home, because city officials decided that a pharmaceutical firm should have her land.
A partnership between Ford and Detroit-centered Beaumont Health provides a novel example of how to provide mobility for the disadvantaged without public management.
Bowling Alone, despite flaws here and there, is still relevant as a tool to explore phenomena such as the opioid epidemic and the social decay prevalent in the African-American community.
What is the point of adopting a fact-based worldview? Rosling says that it is essential so that we can better navigate life, the way a GPS helps us navigate a city. Further, knowing the facts about life around us brings us more comfort. We are less alarmed at the news. We are less likely to be manipulated by panicked political promises. We see through the fog. We can be more calm, rational, and perceptive.
Why should Americans be held accountable to pay taxes if the IRS has a history of exposing taxpayer information and not complying with the law, and it can barely keep it together on their self-proclaimed busiest day of the year?