I am pleased to inform you that the social entrepreneurship ebook is posted on the Sabrin Center site. I hope the essays will have an impact on the national dialogue about the best way to provide social services in communities throughout the country.
“The National Health Service is the closest thing the English have to a religion,” Margaret Thatcher’s Chancellor Nigel Lawson famously once observed.”
Source: Does Britain Have the World’s Best Health System? Only If You Ignore Outcomes
The next financial crisis unfolding?
“Perceived hawkish comments from ECB’s Draghi and political turmoil at home is hitting the US dollar.”
Source: Bottom falling out of US dollar: Drops to near 2-year low vs the euro, 2017 loss now 10%
“America’s alliance with Saudi Arabia is embarrassing. It also has serious moral and strategic costs.”
Source: Our Relationship with Saudi Arabia Is an Embarrassment, by Michael Brendan Dougherty, National Review
“David Stockman warns that the nation’s economy and a massive debt ceiling hangs in the balance as Wall Street’s peak bull stocks carry on. The economist is on a mission to send his new book TRUMPED! A Nation on the Brink of Ruin… and How to Bring It Back out to every American who responds, absolutely free. Click here for more details.] It’s all over now except the shouting about Obamacare repeal and replace, but that’s not the half of it. The stand by Senators Lee and Moran was much bigger than putting the latest iteration of McConnell-Care out of its misery. … Continue reading →
Source: The Shakey Empire – LewRockwell
“Barack Obama campaigned for the presidency in 2008 as a peace candidate. He signaled that he would fundamentally change America’s course after the reckless carnage unleashed by the George W. Bush administration. However, by the end of Obama’s presidency, the United States was bombing seven different foreign nations. But Obama’s warring rarely evoked the protests […]”
Source: Obama’s AWOL Anti-War Protesters
Just because you are rich doesn’t mean you are smart.
“The idea of a universal basic income — monthly cash payments from the government to every individual, working or not, with no strings attached — is gaining traction, thanks in part to endorsements from Silicon Valley celebs. Some see it as a way to compensate for the traditional jobs with benefits that will be wiped out by robotics, artificial intelligence, self-driving vehicles, globalization and the gig economy. Others see it as a way to reduce income inequality or to create a more efficient, less stigmatizing safety net than our current mishmash of welfare benefits. In a commencement speech at Harvard University in May, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, “We should explore ideas like universal basic income to give everyone a cushion to try new things.” […] in a July 4 blog post, Zuckerberg praised Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend, the nearest thing to universal income in this or any country. Continue reading