Higher education costs are too high and this is not a function of the market. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2016-17 the average… Read more “Market Distortions in Higher Education”
We must recognize that Floyd’s killing is not an isolated incident but rather a consequence of a monopoly on the legal use of force that has gained power over the decades. I attempt to make my case with nuance and with respect for all those who have been victimized by the state (just about everyone but many worse than others).
Originally published in the ORU Oracle: http://oruoracle.com/opinion/vote-for-ranked-choice-ballots/ There are 530 federally-elected officials registered as either Republican or Democrat. Three officials are independent. Two political parties cannot accurately… Read more “The importance of Ranked Choice”
UBI cannot work due to it’s expensiveness and much more.
I love my home state of Arizona for many reasons, and believe in much of what the governor is doing. In this post I will touch on… Read more “Arizona Welcomes Opportunity”
When reading about how states rights will help the United States come to the right solution on recreational marijuana, I realized that I have not yet wrote… Read more “The War On Drugs”
SPACE FORCE: a high sounding achievement. What would change? How can the President use this? Is the money better spent elsewhere?
Observations: There are still 7 tax brackets Why should someone who makes more pay a greater percentage? This discriminates between people of higher incomes and people of… Read more “Discriminatory Taxing”
Recently, Puerto Rican voters again backed U.S. statehood in its fifth referendum of the sort. Due to a boycott of the election, voter turnout was at a low of 23 percent. Of this 23 percent, 834,000 voted for U.S. statehood, followed by 7,800 votes for free association and 6,800 to maintain it’s current territorial status. It is clear from these results and other data that Puerto Rico needs a change.
Proper Democracy is consensual. The notion that the government can manipulate rights by popular vote, to say the least, provides a shaky foundation for a nation.