Georgia arranges for newly elected public servants to be trained. Apparently, the curriculum does not emphasize the importance of deference to the public that employs them. Either that, or Mr. O’Quinn was not paying attention.
I would note that the money wasted is the least of our problems. Incompetence is wasting our time and jeopardizing lives. Continue reading →
All are designed to assign authority on the basis of heritage, rather than performance. The U.S. corporateocracy is on shaky ground because the guardians of the natural resource base on which power rests is liable to being arrogated by the public at any time.
‘Tis a chronicle of planning to fail that has now come to proposing more off-campus student housing just as universities are moving to distance learning and facing a decreasing population in the relevant age groups. Continue reading →
Guano is the excrement produced by sea birds. For some reason, Peru was persuaded to remove the sea birds for the convenience of fishermen with whom the birds were competing.
Now, to my mind, it provides evidence that economists do not know what they are talking about. Even in retrospect their theories do not fit the facts. Continue reading →
I would note that one of the judges whose rulings are being reviewed is a native of Saint Simons Island, R. Stan Baker, who was elevated to the Federal Court upon recommendation by Trump. Continue reading →
It is to be discussed as “culture” at a conference at Fordham University in March of 2022. The outline of suggested topics suggests a positive attitude, overall. I have long wondered about the disdain exhibited by merchants towards both producers and users of goods and services. Continue reading →