Monthly Archives: February 2013

Managing Natural Resources


What are natural resources? They consist of all the things that humans cannot make, which include the universe, the sun, and the earth with everything on it and beneath its surface. Is there anything missing in this broad definition? A … Continue reading

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The Liberals’ Challenge


After presenting “the Conservative Dilemma” in my previous essay, let me complete the discussion by showing the challenges facing the liberals. Conservatives (the Right) and liberals (the Left) are convenient terms for labeling two opposing groups of citizens in American … Continue reading

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The Conservative Dilemma I


The previous resurgence of conservatism in the United States can be traced to the year 1980 when Reagan (Republican) was elected President. After the re-election of Obama (Democrat) in 2012, the tide of conservatism seems to have retreated significantly. Will … Continue reading

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Technology and the Middle Class


A persistent conflict exists over the sharing of natural resources in all societies. The result is that a small minority of people always succeeds in amassing most of the material wealth. This unequal distribution is a natural dynamics of human … Continue reading

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