Another post in which I try to get a firmer grasp on Universal Basic Income.
The citizen’s investment is whatever they contribute to the progress of the country, and the Universal Basic Income (UBI) is their share of the “dividend of progress” of the country as a whole.
If the government were run like a business, what kind of business would it be? What does it mean to “run government as a business”?
Conservatives claim a “liberal bias” of the mainstream media. Is it really bias, or just a different way of looking at, and discussing, the world?
Stories earlier this week about President-elect Barack Obama and his Blackberry got me thinking about how our elected leaders and their staffs are (or not) using the potential of “stuff 2.0” (“stuff” = “web”, “enterprise”, “KM”, etc) in the execution of their duties. For example: It used to make sense for Senators and Congressmen to […]
Last summer, I put Cooperation and the tragedy of the commons, from the Anecdote blog, in my “to blog” pile. It seemed relevant, but I just couldn’t quite figure out how. In his post about an Alliance for Autism, Mike Stanton raises the problem of reconciling the individual wishes and desires of parents and adults […]