Monthly Archives: February 2014

Bill Still Supports Basic Income, but has Reserves | Bill Still

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Why Government is Good v.2.0 | Bill Still

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The Economic Underworld of Social Credit | Gary North

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The Myth of the Bell Curve | Josh Bersin

There is a long standing belief in business that people performance follows the Bell Curve (also called the Normal Distribution). This belief has been embedded in many business practices: performance appraisals, compensation models, and even how we get graded in … Continue reading

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12 Jobs on the Brink: Will They Evolve or go Extinct? | Salary.com

Once upon a time good employees updated their job skills and advanced to the next career level with the regularity of Mario questing for Princess Peach. But then technology proliferated, and the well-read encyclopedia salesman, savvy VCR repairman and worldly … Continue reading

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American Social Credit | Dick Eastman

Introduction to American Social Credit More In-Depth Explanation Explanation Starts at 36:28 Economic Ruin NOT Inevitable (8 Part Series)  

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Universal Basic Income and Negative Income Tax: Two Different Ways of Thinking Redistribution | Davide Tondani

ABSTRACT: This article examines two redistributive policies: Negative Income Tax and Universal Basic Income. Its aim is to show that, although the two achieve the same distributive outcome through an appropriate tax-benefit system, they are fundamentally different from economic and … Continue reading

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