New York Times Op-Ed columnist David Brooks waxed poetically about a movement diminishing the role of government and introducing yet another phenomena that inches towards Copiosis: The peer-to-peer economy. Using examples Uber and AirBnB, Brooks acknowledges how people have lost trust in big institutions and what they offer. Instead, they're increasingly relying on each other for commerce, … Continue reading More evidence that a better world is coming
I don't like it when I'm right. When I am, I'm not learning anything new. A Team Copiosis member shared this article recently. While not surprising to me, it will come as a surprise to many of the 99 percent who think the 1 percent (and even the .01 percent) have no interest in creating … Continue reading The one percent don’t have a clue? They’re beginning to
I love it when we're pointed to information initially meant to destroy our argument that the one percent are needed to make socioeconomic change a reality and that the one percent will gladly assist, once a viable alternative surfaces. PopularResistance.org recently published an article claiming to show dramatic differences between elite interests and public priorities. Looking at … Continue reading One percenters don’t care? Think again
We offer a video called Sacred Economics which explains why now more than ever Copiosis is an idea whose time has come.