By Simon Black, Sovereign Man British Petroleum announced this week that ALL 6,500 employees in its London office will be working from home within the next two years. BP is even going to shut down the office entirely and sell the building. They’re not the only ones. Right now, in fact, only 13% of London office workers are back at the office. And as we’ve been saying, … [Read more...] about Digital Nomads Will Want to Know About These Two Countries
By Vincent Geloso Last week, a California court ruled that a vegan butter producer could use the word “butter” to describe his product. Agricultural regulators had, back in December 2019, claimed that this producer (Miyoko’s Creamery) was attempting to fool consumers by implying that he was producing a dairy food item. In recent years, a wide variety of new food items that … [Read more...] about Vegan Butter and the History of Regulatory Capture
By The Conscious Resistance Join Derrick Broze as he breaks down his plans for the Mexico Project aka The Conscious Agora. Freedom Cell Network: http://www.freedomcells.org Freedom Cell Network on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FreedomCellNetwork/ The Conscious Resistance Network is an independent media organization focused on empowering individuals through … [Read more...] about What is The Conscious Agora?
By Kerry McDonald Results of a new Gallup poll released this week may give us the sharpest look yet at how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted American education and what may lie ahead. According to the poll, parents’ overall satisfaction with their child’s education dropped 10 percent over last year, while at the same time the number of parents saying they will choose … [Read more...] about Gallup Poll: Homeschooling Rate Doubles as School Satisfaction Plummets
Organizations that use ad hoc groups or committees to make decisions might do better to crowdsource their decisions, says UC Riverside-led research. The study found that people trust groups even though they are susceptible to manipulation and can make poor decisions. Information markets, in which people bet on potential outcomes, tend to make more accurate decisions, but … [Read more...] about Trust The Power Of Markets