Unless we understand where and why crime happens, it can’t be eliminated. But that doesn’t mean its elimination is impossible.
This is the second post in a series on how to win the war on drugs. In this post, I make the argument for legalizing all drugs. Before you scoff and navigate away from this post, you might want to read the previous one, or our Conceptual Overview so you have a basic understanding of why … Continue reading Let’s make all drugs legal
We're going to win the war on drugs by surrendering. Americans balk at avoiding a fight, a tendency that's gotten us in a lot of trouble. The War on Drugs is a great example. We focus on solutions at Copiosis, so I'm not going to detail the drug war's history. You likely have opinions about it too. … Continue reading How to win the War on Drugs
A member of our Facebook Social page asked: How do we decide what are necessities? Is all and any education or healthcare a necessity, or only up to a certain level? Let's use this post to examine this question. In Copiosis, all humans get necessities—healthcare, clothing, shelter, food, and education—provided to them at no cost. No one is … Continue reading The nature of necessities in Copiosis