Should we Abolish Work to be More Productive?

There’s an essay by an anarchist named Charles Johnson entitled Libertarianism Though Thick and Thin which discusses different complimentary features of the ideology. Should libertarians care about anti-racist struggles? Or is property rights and non-aggression the only things that matter? This is a great discussion and I encourage everyone who thinks that libertarians can’t be…

Work is No Cure for Work Either

A piece by the Guardian UK’s Peter Fleming called Work is no cure for illness – the 24/7 culture is making us sick makes many interesting points while highlighting a then recent story. Ian Smith, a conservative party politician announced back in the summer of 2015 that he planned on having people fund their own…

Srsly Wrong Interviews Yours Truly!

As I mentioned before, I had been brought up on an episode of a podcast called, “Srsly Wrong”. The mention came in the form of a Facebook friend of mine commenting on my anti-work stance co-existing with a pro-market stance. The article I just linked goes into how I (briefly) rectify these two stances…a rectification…

“… gratitude born of desperation…”

I’ve written before about so-called “flexible work”. This is work that while is intended to help the worker is usually not decided by the workers themselves. Instead, we have systematic patterns of authority and abuse going unchecked. All in the hopes of reforming things seen as bugs rather than features. Getting more flexible schedules would…

Attack of the Superchickens!

Not too long ago Margaret Heffernan, a former CEO of multiple businesses, gave a talk during a TED conference about the “pecking order” of various businesses. Places where getting to the top, competing against one another, being the most productive and so on are valued above all else. There’s little (if any) time for talking…