'Anti-Discrimination' Laws Destroy 'Human' Rights and Institutionalize Bigotry - Capitalism Magazine  a need doesn't imply a right

'Anti-Discrimination' Laws Destroy 'Human' Rights and Institutionalize Bigotry - Capitalism Magazine a need doesn't imply a right

The Free Rider Problem

The Free Rider Problem

As Maryland takes its next step forward on the path towards legalizing marijuana, could a state that has already legalized it be taking a step backwards?

Stop pretending poor people are the problem. Jesus wanted to FEED THE POOR. He didn't ask for a drug test and we shouldn't either. Stop judging others and HELP others. Don't ask why you have to and they dont. That's the argument of a five year old. Do what's right.

Stop pretending poor people are the problem. Jesus wanted to FEED THE POOR. He didn't ask for a drug test and we shouldn't either. Stop judging others and HELP others. Don't ask why you have to and they dont. That's the argument of a five year old. Do what's right.

Hospitals will still have a 'free rider' problem under Obamacare.   President Obama and his allies have consistently argued that his health care law was prudent, because without it, uninsured individuals would continue to show up at hospitals and receive care without paying, thus driving up costs on everybody else.  But now, the Wall Street Journal has reported, hospitals are concerned that the law could exacerbate this problem, known as uncompensated care.

Hospitals will still have a 'free rider' problem under Obamacare. President Obama and his allies have consistently argued that his health care law was prudent, because without it, uninsured individuals would continue to show up at hospitals and receive care without paying, thus driving up costs on everybody else. But now, the Wall Street Journal has reported, hospitals are concerned that the law could exacerbate this problem, known as uncompensated care.

By Andrew Larson - Here are five project-based learning myths observed and addressed by a teacher from a school successfully implementing PBL.

By Andrew Larson - Here are five project-based learning myths observed and addressed by a teacher from a school successfully implementing PBL.

The free-rider problem  "If nobody else steals stationary, the company won't notice if I do. If nobody else in the area pollutes, they won't notice if a tiny bit of waste is released."  Positive and ethical behavior can sometimes engender an opposite reaction. If total damage is limited, people feel as though they can take more liberties.

27 Psychological Reasons Why Good People Do Bad Things

The free-rider problem "If nobody else steals stationary, the company won't notice if I do. If nobody else in the area pollutes, they won't notice if a tiny bit of waste is released." Positive and ethical behavior can sometimes engender an opposite reaction. If total damage is limited, people feel as though they can take more liberties.

bareback and bridleless with superb equitation - bravo! If you cant ride this well in the saddle, don't be mean, don't go bareback!

bareback and bridleless with superb equitation - bravo! If you cant ride this well in the saddle, don't be mean, don't go bareback!

By Tom Vander Ark - We've all had a "free rider" in a team project, both in school and work. So how can we avoid this when creating teams?

By Tom Vander Ark - We've all had a "free rider" in a team project, both in school and work. So how can we avoid this when creating teams?

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