Tag: entrepreneur

Marx is Wrong About the Workers

Marx's characterization is not the reality of the situation. It is based on loaded language and misrepresentations of the market process.

Does Microdosing LSD Really Improve Cognition?

Can LSD really make you smarter?

Drug-Addled Sex Parties Fuel Silicone Valley – But at What Cost?

Silicon Valley is making decisions while really, really high, and this is potentially dangerous for everyone.

Innovation is Being Held Back, but Who’s Doing It?

The market can easily be blamed for holding back humanity, but it is not responsible. Rather, it seems to be the state.

Governmental Regulation: The Antiquated Barrier to Fresh Growth in America – Jesse Stretch

Barriers to growth and virtual impossibilities exist in the governmentally-instituted regulatory system that make starting or growing a small, fully compliant business almost impossible for the average working American.

Foresight? Who needs it?

An exploration into the relationship of the entrepreneur and the phenomenon of time preference