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TASSC is The Academic Sustainable Societies Challenge – or simply TASK. Universities are the top-down feeder systems to curriculums at high schools, middle, and elementary school programs in every nation. 70% of
Economies collapse or advance based-on the policies of their political parties. FDR created the greatest economy in history; so the scientific method’s observation requirement, tells us that those policies are
Transition Economics (TE) is a new, easy to learn, game-changing econometric science. Where Economics is old, theoretical, consensus-based, not-causal, and proven failed, TE’s Management Analytics and Go
How a technology immigration “Scam” works in Canada
The morning headline in the Globe and Mail newspaper reads “Cybersecurity talent a major Issue”, but is it? Canada is now one of the only nations in the world that permits the importing of engineering, while at the same time its Labour Participation rate falls and U-6 Unemployment Rates hover…[Read more]
Diversity and Inclusion – are Unsustainable Policies
“Those Who Can Make You Believe Absurdities, Can Make You Commit Atrocities” – Voltaire
Harvard University is inadvertently asking that students and staff align with unsustainable and socially-irresponsible policy in some of its schools, by requesting Diversity and Inclusion in its Hiri…[Read more]
The United Nations has a lot of failings and corrections needed, but should it be scrapped?
This article was inspired by a presentation given to the United Nations by scholar Anne Bayefsky @AnneBayefsky; in her terrific speech at the U.N. <date unknown>. See this speech at https://www.facebook.com/watch/?t=16&v=510489512775586.
Should I change from Conservative to Liberal? Or Neither?
In the United States, the Conservatives run 2 out of 9 sustainable “turn-around policies” and the Liberals run 2 or 3 sustainable policies too. Canadian Conservatives run 0 out of 9 and Canadian Liberals run none.
Sustainable Policies – policies proven to turn around mature capitalisms…[Read more]
Why is Academia failing to teach us how to build a Sustainable Society?
Academia is doing a dreadful job of aligning curriculums with a sustainable society presently – faculty by faculty (even in engineering) and its been going on like this for more than 100-years.
The downward leadership arrow above sums us up pretty well. When you are headed…[Read more]
Canada’s essential welfare system. Is it beneficial to the economy?
Welfare, like every other sustainable policy, is vital to any economy. To explain why, first, understand what is a Social Contract – not Socialism (1845), rather – Social Contract (1654 – Hobbes). Freedom – in a money society is the difference between salary/incomes and cost…[Read more]
Sustainable Systems start with USE CASES
A defined USE CASE for Monetary Systems is an essential building block and reference tool to understand how centuries of hijacked economic and social science terms, have made it impossible to create productive large-democracies today. Any government and democratic system, is only productive when it is…[Read more]
What does “Socialism” mean?
“Is there ever going to be socialism in America?”
Our misunderstanding of the term “socialism” is far too prevalent. This is an important discussion because countries with little understanding of Social Contract, and with weak Social Contracts as well, are suffering a very real economic impact globally today.
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