According to a Gallup poll, a random sample of Americans believes that government was the biggest problem of 2014.
Yul Tolbert insists that “government messes everything up.”
Wayne Gerson declares that “government is the problem and business is the solution.”
In the midst of all these declarations, we had a whopper of a blizzard here […]
John Stossel writes: “I bet my readers $1,000 that they couldn’t name one thing that government does better than the private sector. I am yet to pay. Free enterprise does everything better.”
John Stossel must be blind.
Consider health care, for instance. Professor Douglas Amy of Mount Holyoke College looked into this issue; here’s an […]
If the 1787 Party had its way, and the federal government were run like a big corporation, the American way of life would be destroyed. […]
The very smart people at the Harvard Business Review have a new issue out at news stands, with a feature article advising us “How To Make Smarter Decisions”. (Not to be confused with the book Making Smart Decisions published by the Harvard Business Review two years ago – apparently, business leaders didn’t learn to make […]
You know how you hear social media experts talking about “user engagement”?
I found this graphic on the web site of a company promising to deliver “inspiring vision, understanding, engagement”.
Is it just me, or are these engaged white collar workers reminiscent of Marvin, the depressed robot from A Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy? “Here […]
Americans Elect wants to elect a President in 2012. You have the right to fully and meaningfully participate in its business.
On May 19 2011 the state of Florida sent Americans Elect a copy of a letter rejecting its application for status as a minor political party because of problems with its corporate bylaws as […]
American Family Association’s “One News Now,” December 16 2010:
“Millions of people are good without God,” declare signs on city buses in Ft. Worth, Texas. The signs were purchased by local atheists. In response, two Christian businessmen sponsored ads on vans that follow the buses around the city bearing the message, “I still love […]
Chan Stickers engages in a backwards approach to business, marketing before it’s got anything worthwhile to look at, and starting relationships with a stingy attitude. […]
Parker International, which sells bicycle supplies, is somewhat confused by the existence of another Parker International, which claims to “specialize in beef, pork, poultry, and other food items.” […]
If you want to know whether a practice has become regular within an organization, look for the form:
[Partially Declassified Inspector General Report page 219]
At the sight of a CIA form to document certification and recertification in torture techniques (so qualified under 18 USC 2340), some may be tempted to discuss the banality […]