Social Grievance and Social Goods

Here’s another way that we are biologically wired for being social, but not in a good way. Our brain chemistry responds to grievance (real or imagined) the way it responds to narcotics. We can become addicted to grievance. This is hurtful enough on an individual level. In inequitable societies, grievance becomes a powerful force to...Continue reading

Three Social Ways to Reform Government Spending

In 2020, the US has the rare occurrence of income taxes coming due just 111 days before a presidential election during a recession. This combination will surely push economic topics to the top of the news feed. Voters will likely be flooded during the summer and fall with many top-down proposals to reform government spending....

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