Facebook really cut our post about their destructive policies short. Go on this page and look!
“The article said that last September, while Ross still personally held investments in that parts company, the firm closed a new joint venture in which his WL Ross and Co. investment vehicle took a 30 percent interest alongside Chinese-government-owned company Shanghai Shenda “and got roughly $300 million in cash.”
“The same month, top Chinese officials hosted trade talks with none other than Wilbur Ross,” Forbes said.”
Ross last year owned stakes in companies co-owned with China’s government, short sold a shipping firm linked to Russians days before his ties to it were exposed and held more than $10 million in stock of his former employer Invesco.
An in depth read as to why government should not be run like a business.
” “This American Life” did a segment portraying Springs citizens as the ultimate anti-tax zealots, willing to pay $125 in a new “Adopt a Streetlight” program to illuminate their own neighborhoods, but not willing to spend the same to do so for the entire city. “I’ll take care of mine” was the gist of what one council member heard from a resident when she confronted him with this fact.”
Why have all the streets lit when you can pay the same price just to light the ones in front of your house. Good deal. Great deal. Very very good deal. Believe me. Take this deal.
There are many parallels from this example that can be found with our current healthcare situation as well.
The residents of Colorado Springs undertook a radical experiment in lean government. Here’s what they got.