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The Changing Tide of Career Choices

Introduction In the past, specifically, before the advent of new technologies like the internet, people made a few big decisions in their life, and those decisions steered the course of their entire life, for decades. In this article, we look… Continue Reading →

Political Movements in America

Let’s take a look into the (relatively) short history of American politics, since settlement by the British. We’ll cover north america before it federated into the union of the United States, as well as the resulting two-party system,it’s victories and… Continue Reading →

Urban Sprawl: A Growing Problem

Urban sprawl is a form of unplanned urban and suburban development that takes place over a large area and creates a low-density environment with a high segregation between residential and commercial areas with harmful impacts on the people living in… Continue Reading →

The Healthcare Debate

Introduction In this article, we discuss the elements commonly raised as part of the ongoing and current debate on healthcare in the United States. You may be surprised to learn that the US is different from the rest of the… Continue Reading →

Protecting The People

This is an opinion piece about how regulation protects the public from bad companies who act in their own self interest, at the expense of the greater good (the public). We cover topics such as privacy, the speed that regulations… Continue Reading →

Consumerism, Technology and Meaning

In his 1932 dystopian novel “Brave New World“, English author Aldous Huxley imagines a future where life has been engineered to be pain-free but is ultimately meaningless. Almost a century later, most people have access to more material goods than… Continue Reading →

Loved business or evil multinational

Why are some businesses loved and adored by fans, employees and investors, while other companies are hated and viewed as evil? It’s a complex and multi-faceted question, and in this essay we will look at some of the factors, including… Continue Reading →

Longevity Research and its Political Consequences

Currently a member of the working class has three distinct stages of life. Youth, which prepares you for the world including learning, growth, puberty, self-discovery and sexuality. Adulthood, in which your best years are spent living life and doing hard… Continue Reading →

Consulting for Good

In this life, we have a responsibility and an obligation to help our fellow human beings. Whether that’s donating some of our inter-generational wealth, paying our taxes proudly, or even sparing a few coins for the homeless busker’s empty hat…. Continue Reading →

Education and Social Mobility

Education is universally acknowledged to be of huge long term benefit in developing and developed countries alike. In highly developed countries, such as in North America and Western Europe, young people sometimes pursue much higher levels of education than is… Continue Reading →

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