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Challenges stack up for super minister

Published in The National Business Review (Auckland), 17 November 2017

In the new cabinet, Phil Twyford stands out as the minister with the most challenging mandate. 858 more words

New Zealand

Go West, Tea Man!

Traveling the land, this free tea house cultivates community,
health, peace, sustainability, and genuine human interactions.

Follow Edna Lu the Free Tea Bus and her operator, 337 more words

Awareness

Indictments, Conspiracies, and (Not So) Big Ideas, Oh My! - Episode 16

It’s a hodgepodge episode with appearances from Robert Mueller, Liberty University, JFK’s assassin(s), and 38 (underwhelming) ideas for how to fix America’s ills.

https://impoliticblog.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/impolitic_e016_7-nov-2017.mp3

Podcast

Swiss lessons in subsidiarity

Published in Insights, The New Zealand Initiative’s newsletter, 3 November 2017

To put it mildly, the three parties forming the new government are diverse. Their philosophies do not always overlap. 370 more words

New Zealand

Our Malignant Ruling Class (and Its Enablers)

My Facebook Memories reminded me today that I shared this piece by John Stossel exactly a year ago. Given what’s transpired over the past year, it’s worth revisiting. 534 more words

Jim Langcuster

Online Magazine: New Start - Writing about a new local economics. Sharing ideas and solutions.

Launched as a regeneration magazine in 1999, reports on effecting social and economic change throughout the UK.

Link to magazine HERE.

Economics