If corporations are people, we should be able to get restraining orders against them

You can’t social distance from the planet’s most dangerous psychopaths.

Photo by Beth Hope on Unsplash, cropped by author

Over the course of a decade, the General Motors corporation sold vehicles that it knew contained a dangerous flaw. A faulty ignition switch could suddenly shut off the car while it was being driven…

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Researching a road map from our imperilled world into one with a livable future with as much good humour as I can muster along the way.

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