Gerrymandering, at its core, is corrupt. You have state party officials writing the rules to elections that their party will be in. So how do we fix this disaster?
Due to incredible advancements in technology, automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence, it could be possible to have a no-cost system of products and services in the future that the population of the world will be able to enjoy. The level of greed of those in control of these systems will decide how much of the population will get to enjoy these advancements. Depending on the path society decides to take, we may have a Socialistic society that's available to a very few, or to everyone. Read More
SpaceX can potentially position itself as a huge internet provider not only on earth, but on any other planetary body out in space (like Mars.) It is now the sole proprietor of the tech that's necessary to significantly cut the costs to put things in orbit. Read More
Artificial Intelligence (or AI) has the potential to have the greatest impact out of anything the human race has experienced in its existence. How can something be this powerful? Read More
We are about to witness one of the most fundamental changes to human transportation, and Tesla is perfectly positioned to lead the way into a new future. Read More
There is a number of ways that over time the American political system, and congress in particular, has become a complete disaster: Lobbyist, legal bribery… um… I mean Citizens United, and Gerrymandering just to name a few. However, the greatest offender is unlimited term limits in congress. Read More
Ignorance knows no bounds. Read More
In the end, the goal of raising minimum wage to $15/hr is to give everyone a living wage. It all hinges on the public's perception of what "living wage" means, and how greedy corporations are. Read More