Passion vs. Pragmatism: You Can’t Always Do What You Want
Is it time for us to stop encouraging our children to make a living doing only the things that they love to do?
Sky’s the Limit: The Case for Selling Air Rights
Lower taxes and debt, increased revenue for the city, and a much better use of space in already dense environments: Selling air rights and encouraging upward growth seem like no-brainers, but NIMBY resistance and philosophical barriers remain.
Why I’m No Longer Willing to Give My Money to the NRA
I grew up with guns—as a kid and during my 20-year military career—and support individual ownership rights, but the National Rifle Association’s platform has shifted radically in recent years.
Should Giving to Charity Be an Inoculation Against Criticism?
With charitable giving and profits so intertwined, the latter can't be ignored when considering the former.