Hernando de Soto had it right: Property rights underpin and and all economic development that is able to actually lift people out of poverty. Thus, the UN's universal attack on eliminating property rights can never, ever eliminate poverty like they claim.

Property Rights

If the vast majority of drivers despise red-light cameras, then why do governments insist on forcing them upon us? This does little more than undermine the Rule of Law while fanning distrust and animosity.

Police State

Smart City Technocrats don't have problems that can't be fixed by throwing more technology fixes at them. In this particular ludicrous extreme that seeks to fix broken lives, critics can only respond, "people are not potholes.'

4th Industrial Revolution

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