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The bad behavior of the richest: what I learned from wealth managers (Theguardian)
How fascism works (Vox)
it's scary to run towards the edge with your eyes open, knowing exactly that not the refugees are the real problem here but the capitalists who cause crisis after crisis. Still you can't run in the other direction. I hope its not too late, though. An atomised society plays in their hands. united we stand against the hypocrites and bigots, divided we fall.
Imagine we didn't have "net neutrality" for telephones. Imagine telephone companies could charge you more if you call the wrong person or say something wrong, or they simply block you from calling certain people or saying certain words. I think it's clear that if companies can control what sites we go to and what services we use, then our social and economic freedom is at great danger
How Collectives Can Make The Economy More Democratic Without Central Planning — Steemit (Steemit)
The Supreme Court should be elected by all the federal and state judges, not by Congress. The current system is the clearest conflict if interest ever
This is how the EU currently works
Feminism: how can we have women in men jobs? My idea: We need female Human Resource managers that help us put qualified women into jobs. The other idea that i disagree with: force managers to put women into jobs. What is your idea to solve that?
How about a voting system where half the seats in parliament are elected directly in constituencies, and the other half of parliament is used to compensate for disproportional representation that came from the "first past the post" district elections
Eine jährlich steigende CO2 Steuer, die bei einem relativ kleinem Betrag pro Tonne anfängt, und dann jährlich linear erhöht wird.
Public tax advisors who work for free (paid by the government) for people of low-income and small businesses
Wie wär's mit kostenlosen, öffentlichen Steuerberatern für Geringverdiener und Kleinunternehmen?
What do you think about a progressive corporate tax rate, to incentivize corporations to either spend more money (which boosts the economy) or even break *themselves* up if they're "too big"?
Should a corporation that spends 10 ml a year and earns 110 ml (100ml profit) pay the same in taxes as a corporation that spends 110ml and earns 210ml (still 100ml profit)?
Um die Bundestagsabgeordnete mehr Freiheit zu geben, wie wäre es mit Vorwahlen für die Liste, innerhalb der Parteien?
Ich hab mich gefragt wie man das Level an Automatisierung in einer Firma genau messen kann, um eine Automatisierungssteuer einzuführen:
Ich habe eine Idee für ein neues Parlamentarisches System (hier für eine EU-Reform): Der Präsident wird durch Direktwahl gewählt, hat die Exektutive und kann Gesetze vetoen und muss den Premierminister im Parlament ernennen.
A corporation in which 51% of the stock is state-owned, the rest privately owned and can be traded. All employees democratically elect the people the state (because it's a shareholder) sends to the corporations' Board of Directors
If you country suddenly joined another, what would some things that you would absolutely want that is non-negotiable ?
A small, progressive EU tax, whose revenue is used to give poorer Europeans a tax break in their national taxes.
On election day, letting voters directly decide where 5% of the government budget is supposed to go.
What exactly is the point of a general sales tax for even non-luxory products?
Do you think that : 1- public help to the poorest should concentrate on allowing them to live in decent conditions (enough food, decent clothing and lodging...)
An incentive to work in the form of a 200$ payment by the government to every working person, paid for via an increase in income taxes
A government agency that invests in innovative higher-risk companies whose success could potentially help the entire country.