This was inspired by an article by George Montbiot. Well worth reading.
Without a Dread
In 1930, the economist John Maynard Keynes predicted that technological change and productivity improvements would eventually lead to a 15 hour workweek. Yet he was also concerned that people would not know how to use all that extra free time.
We Love transfer Pricing
What, you don’t know what transfer pricing is? Read on.
If you enjoyed this comic, you’d be doing the cats a big favour by forwarding it to someone else who might like it.
We Want Jobs
People want jobs rather than handouts. People have their pride. The problem is that machines are slowly but relentlessly getting better at many of the tasks that make up jobs. And neither of the two big American political parties seems to know what to do.
There are many advantages to being rich, and demonstrating philanthropy is one of them.
The free market will fix all problems. To the benefit of 6% of the people.
The withdrawal from Afghanistan is tragic. For Afghanis, anyway. But will America learn?
the World Happiness Report
Can America learn from The World Happiness Report? It seems we tend to focus on the wrong things.
We’re Learning the Wrong Lessons From the World’s Happiest Countries is an interesting article on this subject.
Learning from the Past
More than two hundred years ago, a Frenchman warned America about the dangers of inequality, but as a famous American writer pointed out, we learn nothing.
The Richest Nation
May as well continue the Independence Day celebration by asking why the richest nation in the world has so many problems.