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July 30, 2019


For a country riddled with corruption, Indians report the surprising amount of confidence in their courts despite the corruption in those courts as well. Source: Index of Economic Freedom. Source: Doing Business in India – World Bank Group.

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Corruption vs. Human Development (HDI) http://t.co/WNlSMYzdWD— Max Roser (@MaxCRoser) August 08, 2015

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JONATHAN TURLEY By Darren Smith, Weekend contributor Nearly eleven months after holding the State of Washington in contempt for failing to provide an adequate funding plan for financing primary education in the state, the Washington Supreme Court issued an order fining the state $100,000.00 per day until the legislature satisfies the Court’s judgement in its …

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PRESS RELEASE: Greenpeace Parliament Climbers Convicted of Trespass bit.ly/1DRfKMG #realclimateaction http://t.co/sxRokpwRNk— Greenpeace NZ (@GreenpeaceNZ) August 13, 2015 The Greenpeace vandals who trespassed at Parliament, climbing up to put signs down the front in flagrant disregard of the most ample possible options for peaceful protest right outside at least had the integrity to plead guilty. That …

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Has Africa Outgrown Development Aid? – Enrichment resource for students http://t.co/DJtVJ2tXWo pic.twitter.com/UhtvrNuBm9 — Tutor2u Geoff (@tutor2uGeoff) July 16, 2015

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https://www.facebook.com/TheAntiMedia/photos/a.156753707783006.14385.156720204453023/441065559351818/?type=1 More British English, Scottish and Welsh police (68) have been murdered by gunfire than British police have shot people dead (52) in over a century. Source: Number of police officers shot dead in the UK by decade | John Graham-Cumming. This suggests to me that the ledger is in the wrong direction. This list …

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Figure 1: Doing Business in the USA, Canada, World Bank rankings, 2014 Source: Doing Business – Measuring Business Regulations – World Bank Group. It’s easier to do business in the USA and Canada because of the difficulties with construction permits and getting electricity and few more problems with enforcing contracts and registering property. It is …

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Figure 1: Doing Business rankings, Russia and Italy, 2014 Source: World Bank Doing Business 2015. It is rather disturbing that it is a lot easier to register property and enforce contracts in Russia than in Italy and  far harder to pay your taxes in Italy. Once again, Italy’s saving grace is the ability to trade …

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