Society benefits economically when people are free to choose. That doesn't happen today. But it can. Here's how.
By Don Vande Krol The POTUS decided to increase the minimum wage of government workers by 40%. If wages can be increased with just the stroke of a pen, why not simply give every citizen enough money to buy the necessities of life - such as food and shelter? Some, who think about it, … Continue reading Are we eating our young?
Traditional economies create the need for loans and interest. They also cause rapid fluctuations in the money supply, leading to recessions, inflation and such. This has been our reality for many years. How does Copiosis operate without credit? Money in Copiosis Economies comes into existence when earned and ceases to exist when spent. It is … Continue reading How to rid ourselves of the credit problem
Editor's Note: A visitor to our website asked a question worth sharing: It appears that this "Payer Organization" has a lot of power. In Capitalism, the consumer is the final arbiter of value. This seems to work pretty well to me. Who decides what is of value in Copiosis? This question comes up a lot, particularly … Continue reading How alternative medicine works better in Copiosis