Politics

Draining the Swamp

Is this the beginning of the end? Politicians enriching themselves through their public positions is nothing new – but it is a crime. It is unethical. And it stealing the very people they have been elected to represent. It has… Read More ›

Random Hierarchical Representative Government

The output of such a system would be a form of government which should represent the will of the people (to the extent such a thing exists). The system is neutral with respect to political opinions regarding the size/scope of government. It is neutral to Republican and Democratic opinions. It is neutral with respect to race, money, religion, abortion, war, etc.

Not such a Goodyear

Failing to heed to the warnings and experiences suffered by corporate peers such as Gillette; Goodyear published the following employee dress code. As per usual – some disgruntled employee uploaded it onto Twitter… and then all hell broke loose.

Lost Retirement

Lessons in retirement planning Witnessing the wild mechanisations of The Great 2020 Coronavirus Stockmarket Crash presents the perfect opportunity to open up a new discussion on the matter of retirement savings. More specifically – superannuation, retirement and pension products and the government… Read More ›

A Political Movement

Trends – Political and Social (Part 3) When it comes to politics, just like anything else, there are always trends taking place. Long, short, weak, strong.  At present, we are seeing a very strong global trend which is likely to last… Read More ›

The Political Pendulum

If you are left with only two options though – the first being an authoritative socialism on the left, or democratic capitalism to the right – be pushing towards the right all the time. Not only will your standard of living will be higher, you will probably live longer too.