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If a Wealth Tax is Such a Good Idea, Why Did Europe Kill Theirs? : Planet Money : NPR
Make sure to read the section "Euro Flop", particularly from the 3rd paragraph onward, where it explains that lessons learned from the European failure were incorporated into the idea for the American version.

Haha, Republicans:
"While the legality of a federal wealth tax is in question, the current politics of it are not. A new poll finds that even a majority of Republicans support Warren's wealth tax. It turns out President Trump himself once advocated for one too."
people-elizabeth-warren  taxes-as-a-concept  wealth-income-distribution  analysis  anti-something  countries-continents-europe 
26 days ago by daguti
My Restaurant Was the Greatest Show of Excess You’d Ever Seen, and It Almost Killed Me | Bon Appetit
personal-development, leadership = "As I started taking care of myself, the staff started mimicking me. All of these young cooks who came to cook at Joe Beef, who look up to me and Fred [Morin], saw, well, David’s not drinking anymore, and he’s going to bed early, and he’s talking about what’s cool on Netflix. Then my staff was going to bed early and watching Netflix. My comptroller said staff drinking is down like crazy. We have the numbers. We used to give out 30 or 40 glasses of wine at the end of the shift, and it’s down to 10, and half the staff is drinking kombucha."
drink-alcohol  anti-something  personal-development  leadership  disease-addiction 
4 weeks ago by daguti
The Origin Of 'The World's Dumbest Idea': Milton Friedman
This was the jackass who turned America into an endless cycle of "rich get richer, poor get poorer" - He reminds me of the same lack of social responsibility seen in Libertarians.

But there are heroes... Make sure you get down to the section, "Peter Drucker got it right..."

The one thing I keep getting conked over the head with is Rob's "It's not a positive or a negative, it's an attribute.", because earlier in the article it talks about the "magic moment" (my words) when Friedman's argument converges with the pressures of globalization to help usher in this era of maximizing shareholder value to the detriment of everything else...

But then later on it mentions "Peter Drucker’s argument about the primacy of the customer didn’t have much effect until globalization and the Internet changed everything. Customers suddenly had real choices, access to instant reliable information and the ability to communicate with each other. Power in the marketplace shifted from seller to buyer."

So globalization helped usher in this anti-consumer (anti-employee, anti-etc) era, but it also helped consumers find and communicate with each other.

capitalism-done-right = You have to get down to the section on Peter Drucker and after that "The primacy of the consumer...", but it lists out the companies that are doing it right. I will say that it mentions Amazon, even though we know they treat their delivery people shittily (no benefits, low pay, uncertain hours, tons of delivery in a short amount of time), but that's in a world where the competition is squeezing them (i.e. Walmart) -- if everyone were to up their game, we might have a positive situation all around.
economics  people-milton-friedman  analysis  anti-something  me-stuff  capitalism-done-right 
11 weeks ago by daguti
A simple, yet radical solution to solve Facebook's problems
Break it up and regulate it. Wow.

NOTE: I like this story a lot and since Yahoo is notorious for culling it's content, I don't want to be disappointed if this story disappears. Pinboard's archive function is flaky at best, so I archived it on archive.is (which is now pointing to archive.vn): http://archive.vn/pPUng
facebook  anti-something  legal-or-law  predictions 
11 weeks ago by daguti
How This Company—and Mike Huckabee—Cashed In by Scaring Conservatives – Mother Jones
Holy shit... Scroll to the bottom and read Bill Bonner's response letter (to a previously written smear piece.) What a fucking amazing letter. *THIS* is how you respond to a smear campaign.

history-business = "These disingenuous endorsements for dubious products epitomize what historian Rick Perlstein has dubbed “mail-order conservatism,” the monetization of right-wing paranoia that started in the 1970s and has flowered ever since a secret Muslim socialist won the White House. Glenn Beck, like many of his talk-radio colleagues, has warned of the collapse of the global financial system while shilling for gold companies. Conservative operatives have created a booming field of “scam PACs,” political action committees that ostensibly raise money to help popular candidates but don’t produce much more than big checks for direct-mail firms. Confronted by Politico, Erick Erickson, RedState‘s editor-in-chief, said, “It horrifies me that the list sometimes get[s] rented to some of these guys.” And Agora has played the game of stirring up and cashing in on the conservative psyche longer and better than most of its competitors."
writing  Reference  companies-agora  frameworks  marketing-tactics--writing-copy  open-letter  amazing  anti-something 
november 2018 by daguti
The Real Origins of the Religious Right - They’ll tell you it was abortion. Sorry, the historical record’s clear: It was segregation. : atheism
see counter commment by ADeweyan:

"I find this article a little disingenuous. It describes the origin of the religious right, and does point out that attempts to get the religious community fires up over abortion had failed before, but the story it tells of how the movement eventually gains strength is ambiguous. The issue of white-only schools losing their non-profit status with the IRS was the initial concern to get religious leaders on board, but it was the issue of abortion, according to this article, that was first used to drum up broad public support and turn the religious right into a movement. So while racism appears to have been the key issue to get leaders engaged (because institutions they supported would lose their non-profit status), it was the abortion issue that lit the fire under the general religious community.

religion  anti-something  politics-philosophies-republicans 
july 2018 by daguti
thinkingdoing comments on German politicians call for expulsion of Trump's Berlin envoy
"Fox is the jewel in Rupert Murdoch’s global political empire.

This guy has the conservative political parties of the USA, UK, and Australia by balls because his media organs manipulate and mobilize enough conservative voters to be able to swing elections and primaries.

Rupert Murdoch abuses the legal protections given to news organizations to exert immense political power, and he is completely immune from the democratic process. Politicians get voted out while Murdoch continues to amass more and more control.

Murdoch’s ideology is anti-democratic and authoritarian, verging on fascism. He ensures that all of the executives he hires to run his propaganda organs share the same world view, and they ensure the journalists and talking heads they hire will tow that editorial line.

A consistent pattern among his news networks in each country is for them to attack the rest of the news media, in order to fence the audience inside Murdoch’s alternate fact reality where they can be radicalized and programmed.

He is the greatest threat facing western democracy in the world today."
evolvify-topics-tribalism  politics  analysis  politics-philosophies-republicans  companies-fox-news  people-rupert-murdoch  anti-something  frameworks  frameworks-for-business 
june 2018 by daguti
Can Software Write Your Copy? - Ben Hunt
Not against ClickFunnels, but against Funnel Scripts.

companies-clickfunnels  anti-something 
may 2018 by daguti
The Problem with LeadPages and ClickFunnels that will Screw your Long Term Marketing Results - WP Marketing Engine
They don't mention Infusionsoft (only LeadPages and Clickfunnels), but from how much Russell Brunson bashes Infusionsoft, I'm guessing they have the same features that will be affected by the points this lady brings up.

Important note FTA:
"There’s more, but I think you are getting the point. The lesson here is to OWN your domain, and to have any pages you are posting about on social media including a domain that is YOUR domain — not ClickFunnels or LeadPages. It’s possible to have your own domain with BOTH of these tools (ClickFunnels supports custom domain mapping, while LeadPages supports it ONLY if you use their WordPress plugin to serve the pages) — so do the work and get that in place."
companies-clickfunnels  companies-infusionsoft  anti-something  warnings  analysis  long-term-thinking 
april 2018 by daguti
Tony Robbins Has Always Been Shitty | Body for Wife
"Does this mean all work in the field of motivation is bogus? Hardly. It means don’t get it from a guy pushing pseudoscience whose greatest accomplishment is convincing millions he is great at accomplishing things.

Tony gives self-improvement a bad name. But there is plenty of legitimate behavior change science people can use for the betterment of their lives, and I’ve written about a lot of it over the years, interviewing respected experts with real PhDs from real universities. I’m personally fond of self-determination theory and self-efficacy theory. I also find value in the theory of planned behavior."
people-tony-robbins  anti-something 
april 2018 by daguti
Diana Young - thanks Kate "I don't see the racism and misogyny...
Post by Diana Young saying "I don't see the racism and misogyny in Peterson! I just don't see it!"

In case it goes away, she's linking to Divided States of Women, episode from Dec 27, 2017
people-jordan-peterson  video  anti-something 
april 2018 by daguti
Diana Young - we have to dispel our own weaponized ignorance yes...
Wow, I used to think Norman Borlaug was a great man, but from the last 6-8 years of learning about Paleo, Natural Movement, factory farming and all the things that tie in with that - plus this article - my perspective may have changed completely. Still, it's an interesting thing to note that Norman Borlaug hasn't changed -(he's been dead for almost 10 years) just my perspective has shifted. Consequently, he was never a good guy that went evil or even just an evil guy trying to harm the world. He was a person doing what he thought was right, and although it might have seemed right in the moment, the world has likely gotten to a point (and will continue heading in this direction) where it's recognized that the techniques he used were probably responsible for extensive environmental damage.
people-norman-borlaug  agriculture  anti-something 
march 2018 by daguti
Falling Down the TM Rabbit Hole, How TM Really Works, a Critical Opinion
cults = see the "Who is that man behind the curtain?" link:

==== NOTE TO SELF ====
I tried to write the reply below, here:

as a comment, but it would not post. Even when I switched accounts, the comment never showed up. In order to not lose the hour's worth of research, introspection and writing, I am writing it below:

Yes, but only if you take the more advanced classes. (which, of course, cost more money.)

The people who practice this "levitation" are called Vedic Flyers or Yogic Flyers.

It sounds more mystical than it is. It's really just hopping while in the [lotus position](https://www.yogajournal.com/.image/t_share/MTQ2MTgwNjczNTUyMTk3MTUy/story-image-18148.jpg).

According to TM, there are 3 stages.

* Stage 1 is the "hopping" I mentioned.
* Stage 2 is hovering.
* Stage 3 is actual flight.

As you might have guessed, everyone is stuck at Stage 1.

[Here's a National Geographic segment on Yogic Flying / Vedic Flying.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHwhGUo90jw)

I'm a TM meditator, but I'm firmly grounded in reality. Here's my experience with TM.

**As a personal practice:**

* It's a good daily discipline, it relaxes you, but probably no more so than any other meditation. (I haven't tried any other type yet.)

* My life has not changed dramatically and I haven't been enlightened or anything like that.

* I think anything beyond the "sit down and meditate for 20 minutes for your own personal benefit" is an attempt to figure out how to make more money from this meditation thing and anything they can tie to it

**As an organization:**

* It appeals to a bunch of good-hearted, well-intentioned, but not-so-critically-thinking people. (think 60's hippies)

* What this translates to is that the organization can make tremendous claims about the power of TM and no one bats an eye. (see next bullet point)

* If you ever go to a TM center, you'll see all sorts of charts and graphs on the wall talking about how TM and all its associated programs can do things like revolutionize the management of companies and government, increase crop yields and even bring about world peace (literally, the claim is that if 1% of the square root of the population were to meditate together, crime would go down), etc.

* When Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (the founder of the TM movement) brought TM to the US, he noticed that science was a big thing, so instead of trying to sell it as a religion, he started selling it as science-based

* [John Hagelin](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hagelin) is a former theoretical physicist who, probably because of the previous bullet point (i.e. if you're trying to sell your product as science-based, what better way that having a theoretical physicist spew a bunch of buzzwords about how your meditation is totally backed by theoretical physics?), got the attention of Maharishi and ended up becoming a big deal in the organization, eventually heading up the TM organization in the US.

* When he died in 2008, [Maharaishi died as one of the richest religions leaders in history](https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/maharishi-inspired-beatles-but-died-leaving-292433)

There are plenty of sites critical of TM that you can read if you are interested:

* http://www.suggestibility.org/
* http://skepdic.com/tm.html
* http://minet.org/mantras.html
* http://tmfree.blogspot.com/

I know it might seem weird, but my point is not to trash TM. The meditation thing is good - but they just try (and have succeeded massively) to turn a 20 minute meditation thing into decades of study and tons of product lines in the pursuit of money.
meditation-transcendental  anti-something  cults 
march 2018 by daguti
Baby it’s cold outside - Album on Imgur
I've always hated these stupid commentaries on "Baby, It's Cold Outside" saying that it's such a horrible, demeaning, rape-glorifying song. Love this. I should transcribe it in case the images disappear.
jazzville-marketing-material  anti-something 
march 2018 by daguti
Diana Young - Y'all know how I feel about this guy: Peterson,...
Surprised to hear Diana Young talk negatively (and at length) about this guy. Sounds like we're talking about two different people. She mentions that he wins arguments by shouting and I'm wondering if he can even raise his voice. He sounds so meek and even admits he sounds like Kermit.

people-jordan-peterson  anti-something 
march 2018 by daguti
Fox News contributor quits, slams network as 'propaganda machine' for Trump | TheHill
"A Fox News contributor has quit the network, blasting the channel as a “propaganda machine for a destructive and ethically ruinous administration” in an email announcing his departure."

people-donald-trump  anti-something 
march 2018 by daguti
Cooking with Healthier Fats & Oils
I can't believe this shit is still out there. Eat more Canola oil? Could you possibly be more irresponsible? This shit has been disproven for 20+ years!
food-fat  anti-something  health  health-cholesterol 
march 2018 by daguti
6 Reasons Why Vegetable Oils Can be Harmful
See this list for good fats:

The above link is already bookmarked on it's own. Only here for easy reference.
food-fat  health-cholesterol  food-vegetable-oil  anti-something 
february 2018 by daguti
Rest in peace, China Study
Links to two in-depth debunkings of The China Study.

- Chris Masterjohn’s excellent critique (http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/China-Study.html)

- Denise Minger’s freshly published China Study smackdown (http://rawfoodsos.com/2010/07/07/the-china-study-fact-or-fallac/)

and I found this one myself:
diet-vegetarian-vegan  anti-something  analysis 
january 2018 by daguti
Bridgewater Associates’ Culture Of ‘Radical Transparency’ Includes Videotaping A Sexual Harassment Complaint And Pressuring The Victim To Recant The Whole Thing | Dealbreaker
This is Ray Dalio's (who wrote "Principles") firm.

The lesson I keep learning is that when you finally think you've found the guru, the top guy, the one with integrity, the most honorable, intelligent, principled, etc... as soon as there's a conflict of interest, all that goes out the window.
people-ray-dalio  anti-something 
january 2018 by daguti
dessalines_ comments on (excuse the DSA) A Reminder to the 'Apolitical'
Interesting analysis:
"I encourage everyone to join not only DSA, but also the IWW, /r/socialistRA, Redneck Revolt (the org I'm in), or any anti-capitalist organization (especially ones with armed praxis).

Contact those organizations and see if there's a branch in your area, and if none exist, start one. We have no time to waste; we are utterly disposable to capitalists, and they will continue to divide and conquer us until we arm ourselves and form organizations to defend our communities from racist and sexist terrorism and the police state, and unite into a fist to smash them.

Secondly, a warning about DSA, and democratic socialism in general.

A DSA branch in austin elected a cop all the way to national leadership position.

Beyond that, every country with a strong labor movement has a long history of social democrats and democratic socialists selling out workers, in favor of preserving liberal institutions, such as the capitalist system of laws and the police. This is pervasive, from the czech trade union movement, to the german social democrats siding with the state to kill Rosa in 1919. The reason is simple, and is shown in the phrase:

You can't fight city hall

Bourgeois democracy has had a few hundred years to entrench a system of laws that make positive changes for workers structurally impossible. There are dozens of restrictions and limitations that exclude workers from politics, such as the First Past the Post voting system (which enforces capitalist two party domination), gerrymandering, long term limits with no way to recall unpopular representatives, restrictions crafted to disenfranchise poor and minority voters, voter suppression, electoral fraud, unverifiable closed source electronic voting systems, capitalist campaign financing, low voter to representative ratios, and inconvenient voting locations and times, and most pervasive, candidate stacking. Most elections are performed before we ever get to the polling booth.

So the "democratic socialists" have had to make a choice between following the law, or breaking it to do some good for workers (of which Huey Long is the only politician I know of who did this).

Bourgeois democracy should be properly termed, the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie, since it is systemically structured to support their interests.

Secondly, never be deceived that the rich will allow you to vote away their wealth. Bourgeois democracy is structured to be a dictatorship of the capitalists, it's systemically built that way, and it's impossible to undo bourgeois democracy within the confines of bourgeois democracy. We live in a class society, and no ruling class has ever given up its power without armed confrontation. The aim is to build a dictatorship of workers, and to do what's best for us, regardless of any set system of laws.

And for all the pacifist readers here, here's the logical conclusion of pacifism, expressed best by its leader, gandhi.

And lets look where bourgeois democracy got us. The US currently runs a system of slave labor camps, and has killed millions of innocent people in its quest for empire. We have jails and prisoned filled with the poor and destitute, and not a single capitalist has paid for their crimes of impoverishing the many to enrich the few.

Voting has never stopped one bit of any of it."
capitalism  analysis  anti-something  fight-the-g  politics-gerrymandering 
december 2017 by daguti
I am Tony Ortega, a journalist and author who has covered Scientology for more than 20 years. Ask Me Anything. : scientology
"I try to keep my focus on things that can actually be proved, and not merely claims. But even then, Scientology's long history of extreme behavior toward people it considers enemies is really astonishing -- and my book about Paulette has plenty of good examples of it. And your question is an excellent one. How can an organization keep getting away with so many horrific examples of mistreating people? I have long felt that Scientology very consciously takes advantage of American institutions and American ideals in order to confound the courts and law enforcement institutions. Despite decades of exposes by journalists, the courts just never seem to understand who they're dealing with, and the church runs roughshod over American jurisprudence. See the Garcia case, for example. Or making Laura DeCrescenzo wait seven years for her day in court after being forced to have an abortion. American authorities tend to be clueless, and Scientology knows it."
scientology  anti-something 
september 2016 by daguti
Secrets of Residential Solar Lease – Sweet Deal or Disastrous Rip-off? | SanJoseGreenHome.com
The cons... are they really cons? Or a solar panel retailer trying to steer people away from a lease which is going to cost them business?
energy-solar  people-elon-musk  anti-something 
july 2016 by daguti
Professor raised under communism explains academics' love of socialism – and why they're wrong - The College Fix
I don't like that this article doesn't really say anything. The guy just states over and over that he knows what living under communism (not socialism) is actually like and that "liberals" who can only talk from reading books about communism/socialism can't say anything.
politics-philosophies-socialism  politics-philosophies-communism  analysis  anti-something 
july 2016 by daguti
Could Vegetarianism Increase Your Risk Of Autoimmune Disease? - mindbodygreen.com
"Eventually, I transitioned to a Paleolithic-style diet, quitting all grains, legumes, and dairy products. My decline slowed but continued. I kept researching, and then I discovered functional medicine and deepened my understanding of brain biology."
health  disease-prevention  warnings  food-meat  diet-paleo  anti-something  diet-vegetarian-vegan 
may 2016 by daguti
The Watchmaker Analogy: A Self-Refuting Argument
"When searching for the truth, we do ourselves no favors by conjuring strange excuses on behalf of our beliefs in order to reconcile them with reality. What we should strive for is to arrive at our beliefs in an honest way — a way that is mindful of the facts and adapts with change, and not one that bends to our wishes. "
religion  atheism  anti-something  analysis 
may 2016 by daguti
Understand Something About Your Student Loans: They're 100 Percent Your Fault
This is what I hate about entrepreneurial Republicans. This guy is blaming a kid for taking on student loans when pretty much all of society is telling him that it's the only thing to do after high school. Yes, technically he signed the papers and took on student loan debt, but it's irresponsible of adults all around him to not show him any alternatives. Given, adults are deluded and stuck in their ways, so what can we really expect... to find someone who thinks outside the box is a rare and wonderful thing. In the end, this kid is a victim of a society who told him "Go to college, get in debt, you'll have a job waiting for you, you'll be fine." That no longer happens. But how is a kid supposed to know this? This idiot and people like him are the vultures that prey on the unsuspecting (or just blame them when others prey on them) and then say "But it's your fault, you know!"
money-loans-student  analysis  politics-philosophies-republicans  anti-something 
february 2016 by daguti
Stop the Cap! Deregulation: New Jersey Regulators Unanimously Vote to Let Verizon Do Pretty Much Anything It Wants •
This article is evidently about some 2nd tier issue. The actual part where Chris Christie is at fault for not holding Verizon's feet to the fire for failing to wire NJ with fiber: "It’s the second major victory for Verizon. Last March, the Christie Administration let Verizon off the hook with no penalties for reneging on its commitment to wire 100% of New Jersey with fiber optics by 2010. New Jersey ratepayers paid as much as $15 billion in surcharges and higher rates for a statewide fiber network that was supposed to reach every home and business. Verizon kept the money and many parts of New Jersey never got the promised upgrades. Now those areas still using decades-old copper wiring are likely to experience an increase in service problems as Verizon continues to decrease its budget to maintain landline infrastructure." [link with in that text http://stopthecap.com/2014/03/17/new-jerseys-fiber-ripoff-verizon-walks-away-from-fiber-upgrades-customers-already-paid-for/]
verizon  people-chris-christie  anti-something  people-chris-christie-sold-out-new-jersey 
february 2016 by daguti
Christie signs law greenlighting fast track sale of N.J. public water systems | NJ.com
This is the third thing I can document that this fat douchebag has sold out the state of NJ for: 1) Forgiving Exxon's $1+ billion fine and letting them pay a few hundred million instead. 2) Letting Verizon get away with failing to live up to their promise to wire the whole state with fiber even though they cashed in on several billion in tax breaks 3) Now selling the public water systems...... This asshole is a true asshole.

The Exxon deal:

people-chris-christie  anti-something  people-chris-christie-sold-out-new-jersey  resources-natural-water 
february 2016 by daguti
Proof why you should never talk to the police without a lawyer. - "A professor tricked his law students into lying, and it exposed a huge weakness in our justice system."
video  police  anti-something  memory-brain 
january 2016 by daguti
Vegetarian and “Healthy” Diets Could Be More Harmful to the Environment
Debunking the common myth that growing vegetables and eating them directly is better than growing animal feed and eating the animals.
environment  climate  climate-global-warming  anti-something  diet-vegetarian-vegan 
december 2015 by daguti
Can an Atheist Be a Unitarian Universalist? (Part 1) | Big Think
groups-why-i-dont-join = A new tag for me to keep track of when groups that "sound good" go off the trails. in this case it's the anti-atheist rhetoric of the Unitarian Universalist minister described in this article.
religion  atheism  anti-something  groups-why-i-dont-join 
december 2015 by daguti
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