How many times do we fill out patient forms with identical information? How many insurance claims must be completed in different formats by all those white-haired ladies in colorful smocks sitting behind the glass partitions in your doctor’s office?
The Litebox story makes a bigger point … about the entire policy of cities “buying” jobs by offering financial incentives to companies that promise to move and/or expand.
It’s election season, and as I’ve watched the ads, debates and speeches—it’s occurred to me that the complexity of our society and world may be outstripping our ability to govern ourselves.
Colleges and universities that are genuinely engaged in education must have standards.
Cell phone users in the United States can’t choose to have radio on our phones because, when the ability to download first threatened the music industry’s business model, the carriers thought including broadcast radio would undermine their ability to sell music packages.
Everyone, it seems, wants government to cost less—until someone suggests cuts to our particular sacred cows.
Even if one believes that same-sex marriages are a “problem,” enacting House Joint Resolution 6 will change nothing.