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Not the Best Use of Resources

Hey everyone!  I am still alive and not out on bail!  I have a lot to catch up on, but I wanted to tackle the Daily Prompt this morning before I had to actually lose myself in work. 379 more words


Are "nudges" ethical?

Moral philosopher Jeremy Waldron offers this powerful critique of “soft paternalism” or the use of state-sponsored “nudges” to change behavior (emphasis ours):

… it may help to think about a slightly different sort of nudge—an informational nudge, where we manipulate the information given to people who use certain heuristics, in order to achieve the behavioral change that we figure the proper processing of correct information would lead to.

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Massive new debt hides years of negative GDP growth in EU and USA

By Jon Hellevig | Oriental Review | September 29, 2014

Finland – In a groundbreaking study Awara Group reveals that the real GDP growth of Western countries has been in negative territory for years.

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Deceivers and False Christs

Paul, Barnabas, and Mark began traveling from town to town preaching the word of God. Many heard that message and were saved.

Now when they had gone through the island to Paphos, they found a certain sorcerer, a false prophet, a Jew whose name was Bar-Jesus, Acts 13:6…

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Lit World Interviews - Review of Deception

A big thank you to Lit World Interviews for their review of Deception. Here is a copy of the review…

Title: Deception

Author: Eloise De Sousa… 519 more words

Weekly Trail

'Success' brings out the worst in us

Great article on the pathological aspect of our economy. Certainly accords with my observations:

It’s important to be able to talk up your own capacities as much as you can – you know a lot of people, you’ve got plenty of experience under your belt and you recently completed a major project.

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Release Blitz: Deception by K.A. Robinson and Giveaway


Please note: This isn’t your typical love story. Things are messy. Characters aren’t always what they appear to be. Wrong decisions are made. If… 466 more words