Monthly Archives: May 2011

Financial fatalism?

One of the possible responses to a blog such as un-accountable is that the alternative to the kinds of limits the blog seeks to articulate in the realm of the state’s redistribution policies is atomism; a state that cuts itself … Continue reading

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USPS gets more press: “Collapse is Imminent”

From here. The article notes that our system is “ubiquitous, relied on, and headed off a cliff.” 80% of the organization’s expenses are marked for salaries and benefits, compared to 43% at FedEx. An interesting point in the article comes … Continue reading

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