Tag Archive: government

Apr 29

Public Policy and Community

It is a consistent adage that there is no “perfect” public policy. You could argue things like women’s suffrage and reconciliation to right the wrongs our founding fathers did (or more accurately didn’t do) regarding non-white races (the despicable “3/5th” compromise) should be no-brainers… but still there isn’t perfection. Someone, even those simply living with …

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Dec 04

join the .movement

it’s time to change what it means to be community. .com + .org + .edu + .gov = .community join the .movement

Jan 31

What’s in a Name Anyway?

Nonprofit. Not-for-profit. Charities. Charitable Organizations. Man, are these the worst names for a sector.  The idea that a collective group would get together and say, “You know what? When we think of a name, we really should define ourselves in the negative. I mean, it would make us stand out, wouldn’t you think?” Think about …

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Nov 08

A Little Thing Called Democracy

Look, I’m not gonna lie. I LOVE politics. I know it has become a money-grubbing, “he said/he said/no one said correctly” kind of game. It’s sometimes petty. It’s very often a bunch of millionaires backing the candidacy of fellow millionaires dealing with issues none of them probably ever dealt with (like a low paying job, …

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