It struck me as I read a string of recent news that there is a weird reversal of roles going on in the US today. Businesses more and more are stepping in to do the job of government.
Even in Texas: Republicans Are the Minority. Troll all you want, I am right.
How do we allow everyone who wants to own a firearm do so legally and easily, while at the same time preventing people we as a society agree should not have access to firepower from acquiring them.
Saw this article today, it strikes a similar message to the first part of my article on the #metoo movement. The legal system is a poor choice to seek justice in this area. While survivors who want to seek justice through the courts should do so, “Lawsuits are not a strategy,” They come about it from …
have been thinking through this post for a while. Obviously, the national media attention on the Sexual Misconduct of public figures has been building and growing and dominated many news cycles in the last half of 2017. But the question is why now? What changed that meant the #metoo movement could gain traction? As you …
This is a follow up to the last post, where I will address some questions and feedback I got on that post. If you have not read that yet, please go check it out.
What is the best way to balance those to organize a society? Turns out the question asked that way is wrong. The framing of the argument is off. They missed several things that anyone in your current HR department could give them a lesson in.