“One way to reduce the need for layoffs would be to cut back on hours, spreading the available work among more employees.”
- Mass layoffs produce big winners and losers. Most workers who remain are financially unscathed, even though their employer is struggling.
- Mississippi’s loose campaign finance laws allow lawyers and companies to contribute heavily to the judges they appear before. That is terrible for justice, since the courts are teeming with perfectly legal conflicts of interest.
- One of the great debates about the Internet is whether it is making people more or less free.
- One way to reduce the need for layoffs would be to cut back on hours, spreading the available work among more employees.
- Our movements reveal a great deal about who we are. A record of our locations over time can reveal whether we go to tent revivals or radical political meetings, abortion clinics or AIDS doctors.
- Patents have a place in medical science – for new inventions that advance the state of knowledge.
- People’s genes can say a great deal about their health. There are genes that reveal an increased likelihood of getting cancer, heart disease or Alzheimer’s.
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