Why we won’t stop making the world a “mess” . . . yet

Why we won’t stop making the world a “mess” . . . yet

Feb. 3, 2015 by

I’ve made the argument that getting rid of government is a good idea.  I’ve also argued that traditional tools for sparking change—demonstrations, public marches, and such, as well as charismatic leaders leading the masses on a cause—are the tactics of a

Kindness, unkindness, and genetics

Kindness, unkindness, and genetics

Jan. 20, 2015 by

I get inspired when people ask questions that stimulate improvements to our innovation.  The following came to me via a Facebook post. How do we decide which human behaviors are more desirable than others? If it’s true that our political leanings (the way

The Establishment is not on your side

The Establishment is not on your side

Dec. 23, 2014 by

Some people—mostly anarchists—have come to this realization already. Yes, government, the law, the constitution, all these things have preserved a measure of comfort and safety.  But at what cost?  Obviously, an acceptable cost until recently.  Now many more beyond the anarchist

There’s no functional difference between Democrats and Republicans

There’s no functional difference between Democrats and Republicans

Mar. 20, 2014 by

We are a nation politically divided. Democrats and Republicans alike fervently hold unwaveringly to the ideological tenets of their party. Effectively blind to any contribution from across the aisle it’s a wonder if we’ll ever see again the rise of