Problems occur when policymakers attempt to force development upon cities rather than letting local economies follow their natural courses. Intentionally raising the cost of living in some cities in order to chase innovators away to others is no way to approach economic policy.
While I know private companies have every right to do this, I still propose that they shouldn’t.
The market — which means all of us in our roles as consumers and producers — should be left free to decide which commodities shall be selected as the most advantageous mediums of exchange.
“All these people talk about is themselves and how they are the solution for all Earthlings’ problems.”
The Little Prince is a charming story about retaining our child-like curiosity throughout our lives by rejecting the factory model of education in favor of freedom.
I used to be an impulse buyer with almost everything. I almost never asked what real value any item actually had. I didn’t view these things as assets or investments, and I was wrong.
I would love to write that pro-Obamacare piece, but...
If black market businesses can successfully build up a road under the table, imagine what "legitimate" entrepreneurs would build out in the open.
The taxi industry has failed to evolve and innovate over the years, which has allowed ridesharing services to fill a void in the market. Instead of being praised for their success, ridesharing services are being punished while taxi industries are being rewarded for failing to innovate.
If Millennials truly want to dedicate themselves to the ideals of socialism, they will have to surrender their iPhones, their Amazon accounts, their Uber accounts, their craft beer, the hipster beard accessories, and pretty much every other aspect of their daily lives.
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