There is an article at the Atlantic citing a study on how self-selection among the affluent for marriage has increased inequality by 25%. Since progressives despise rising inequality and applying the logic they have used in other areas, the following approaches could be used to stem this tide. Ban women from attending college. Only permit … Continue reading Reducing Inequality
Except it's not. in the 3rd World. Is this the result of the economic stagnation and decay under this administration? Forward!
We now have in charge the worst corporate leadership in the history of the United States as Byron York reports: Companies lay off thousands, then demand immigration reform for new labor They are by any measure simply a reflection of the rapid decline in Western civilization. What this article shows is that to ascend to … Continue reading Enemies of the Common Man
There is a post at Zero Hedge that shows the current levels of income inequality world wide. It is not typically what one would expect to find in competitive markets. It is what one would expect to find in a rigged game. There is a downside to rigging a game and that is eventually people … Continue reading Income Inequality Global Look
USA Today has an article on how outdated ossified regulation chokes off innovation. This is what happens when laws have no end. The technocrats find novel applications of regulations for a world they were never written for. Once solution to the problem is that regulations have to be passed every five years or they are … Continue reading Bright Line Regulatory Despair
The age reports the discovery of an ancient civilization in modern Cambodia. They used advanced technology to find it and it lay buried under the jungle unknown to the locals. Because of that, it hasn't been looted. The civilization lasted for 600 years. Not quite as long as the Northern Levant (now modern day Lebanon … Continue reading It Takes Advanced Civilization to Find the Ancient
I sleep better at night knowing the evil policies of George Bush are long gone, er, what?