Legislators should not be too hasty in altering the employment status of gig economy workers unless they want to bear the responsibility of rendering the sector completely nonexistent in the process.
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Groupthink dehumanizes people by reducing each person down to the merits, or faults, of the groups they belong to rather than their own individual attributes. We must stop seeing each other as groups and blaming those groups for the evil in the world around us.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions. And on that road, there is, perhaps, nothing more dangerous than legislators committed to making sure those intentions come to pass. However, no matter how noble a cause, efforts to legislate morality have a rather dubious track record. Yet, no matter how true this may be, […]
While not everyone on the internet is ready or willing to agree to have civil conversations, CMV is proving that there are still those out there who want to hear what the other side has to say. And that fact alone offers hope in these bleak times for civil discourse.
The American legal system was founded on the premise that all accused individuals are innocent until they are proven guilty in a court of law. It is this maxim that sets our legal system apart from so many others. The ACLU needs to be reminded.
Whether the naysayers are willing to admit it or not, less government regulation results in better outcomes for both companies and consumers. So the next time we are told that a lack of regulation is going to be the end of life as we know it, we would do well to remember what really happened when the government finally freed the internet from its grasp.
The appalling practice of eminent domain gives governments the legal authority to confiscate property from private owners or have it condemned so long as they can justified their action as “In the public’s best interest”. Usually, that disguises downright cronyism.
So ignore the bureaucrats and the naysayers who insist that without government, we have no means of solving America’s health care problems. Thanks to Walmart, more people now have an opportunity to heal and live healthy, prosperous lives.
In Philadelphia alone, 25,000 people have been victimized by the practice of asset forfeiture. Property confiscated by law enforcement includes 1,200 homes, 3,500 vehicles, and $50 million from residents. And the majority of these property owners were never actually convicted of a crime.
Currently, global poverty is lower than ever thanks to more countries adopting free market capitalism, the same system that makes these prohibited coats available to those willing to purchase them. So while administrators try to use income inequality stats to justify their policies, the truth of the matter is that global poverty is not a growing problem but a shrinking one.
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