Utopia, you are standing in it!

Celebrating humanity's flourishing through the spread of capitalism and the rule of law

From “Where Sweatshops Are a Dream” https://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/15/opinion/15kristof.html

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Amnesty NZ thinks it is torture to go from being a faceless family in a UN refugee camp with little hope to being in the Manus Island immigration detention camp with Australia doing everything it can to get you accepted as a refugee in another country. How many refugees in UN camps have all the …

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The Vice Fund is a mutual fund investing in companies that have significant involvement in, or derive a substantial portion of their revenues from the tobacco, gambling, defence/weapons, and alcohol industries. A primary focus of stock selection is the ability to pay and grow dividends.

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For a generation, a campaign by the green movement against the growing of genetically modified crops has held sway across Europe. These foodstuffs are a threat to health, the environment and the small independent farmer, NGOs have argued. As result, virtually no GM crops have been grown on Europe’s farms for the past 25 years. …

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Finally have something nice to say about electric cars. They will put bus lanes to good use. A trivial percentage of people take the bus to work In New Zealand. The government has a target of doubling electric car fleet every year (from 2000 in 2016 to 64,000 in 2021). This decision yesterday to allow …

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A clever man can climb out of the hole a wise man would not have fallen into. In responding to my Taxpayers’ Union paper on a Universal Basic Income, Gareth Morgan just kept digging. His first response was to say a Universal Basic Income would not be implemented immediately. This avoids retirees taking home $50 …

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Source: Gary Becker Fat Taxes, or Just Fat? | Hoover Institution (2010). Most healthcare expenditures are in the last 3 to 6 months of life. Smokers and overeaters live shorter lives. This can save more than it costs to the health budget. That finding is sufficiently frequent as to put the fiscal case for junk …

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Source: Why Are Women Paid Less? – The Atlantic. Source: AEAweb: AER (103,3) p. 251 – Female Labor Supply: Why Is the United States Falling Behind?

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