The following could be called “a Facebook conversation.” It happened on a closed group, so I won’t name names. For some reason, Facebook wouldn’t let me post it, saying, “Sorry, there’s a temporary problem with this post. Please try again in a few moments.” I’m posting it here so that my discussion partner and others … More Today is also on those who “couldn’t vote for her.” A Facebook conversation.
It’s not complicated. Every retailer, restaurant, and corporation in America can do what Costco is doing, but they don’t. Why is that? I think it’s because the people who own and run these businesses refuse to look beyond next quarter’s financial statements. Their thought processes, their vision, and their values don’t include ways to share … More What Costco has to teach the 99-percenters who think they’re Republicans
I’ve always liked Lawrence Lessig. If you don’t know him, let me offer his Tumblr here. His TEDTalk, “We the People, and the Republic we must reclaim,” is must-see Internet. He inspired me to learn more about the American Anti-Corruption Act and to launch my own sponsor site to gather signatures for … More Lessig deserves our attention.