Dr. Lessig proposes a legislative solution to the campaign contribution problem. Here’s how we can enact his campaign contribution solution.
Hinduism is one of the world’s great religions, in terms of numbers. But in terms of openness, acceptance, and graciousness of spirit, I believe it is the greatest. In my eyes, at least, it is.
Wonderful, socially responsible corporations do exist. They deserve our praise and our support. And they welcome appropriate regulation. But we need to do our part!
With a voting advice system, people can make spiritual connections that make it possible for men and women of good heart to be elected. The resulting spirituality network can get people elected to small offices, at first, but as the network expands and those politicians gain recognition, they can be elected to larger and larger offices — without having to accept so much as a dime in campaign contributions.
The great spiritual question, to my mind, is how to achieve a balance between bliss consciousness and a concerted effort to solve real-world problems. Is it possible to do both simultaneously? Or is it possible to cycle between them in some intelligent and sustainable way?
Public speaking makes everyone nervous. Here are some ways to handle it.
Ready? It was a lack of regulation that killed the Dodo…
I wrote this letter to David Leonhardt at the N.Y. Times, in response to the question he posed after Trump withdrew the U.S. from the single most important coalition the world has formed to prevent climate change — the Paris climate accord. His question: “What would a more politically persuasive message about climate change sound like?”
We are not at war! But the pretense that we are is being used to erode fundamental American liberties. And the American public is going along with it. Worse, the Left has been complicit in the process.
The American Medical Association should be sued. A successful lawsuit would improve medical practice considerably, and it could even reduce malpractice costs.