The answer I think is to stop looking for corporations for morality. You can find better or worse but you won’t find it there. Google is better than it could be, worse than it should be, but it’s not a moral guide.
I don’t see any of them as an enemy but as consumer tools that we can stop or continue at will.
For-profit simply cannot behave as a non-profit.
That’s another issue and also important. But I’m focusing on the problem of looking for corporate morality and being disappointed when not finding it.
You _can_ find moral non-profits but profit is profit and it’s amoral.
Next time my ambition brings me to want to go from one lifetime appointment into another lifetime appointment where I can fall back on my current lifetime appointment if it fails, I’ll call you.
Court appointments should have a far higher standard of character of appointee.
Kavanaugh has never actually tried a case from start to finish, it’s true.
He’s assisted in legal teams doing research to support a particular side of a case but never actually tried a case. He’s said so himself.
Support isn’t the word. I expect a conservative 5-4. But she’s qualified.
Siphon federal $ into private bank accounts, bankrupting the feds. Repeat action at Governor levels, America left destitute and broke around 2025-ish.
But austerity has been here for a long time – we’ve just been life-supporting for a while.
States too. They’re not being left out. Don’t worry. Only 3000 counties will remain with governance and funding. Should be fun.