Tag Archive: Regulation

Chat Corner: Thoughts on Netflix’s “Hot Girls Wanted” and Sex Work

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Sebastian, Angie, and Sarah discuss pornography, prostitution, and the new Netflix documentary Hot Girls Wanted, about the amateur porn industry. The conversation is edited and compiled. *** SEBASTIAN: Chris Hedges on prostitution: “If… Continue reading

The Uncanny Valley of Regulation – Departing from Graeber’s Utopia of Rules

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Anthropologist David Graeber has released a new book titled The Utopia of Rules, which is largely a collection of previous essays, loosely compiled around a favorite topic of ours here at Unfettered Equality: … Continue reading

Missouri and Kansas Try To Make Poor People’s Choices For Them

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Two new bills that would further regulate the use of welfare benefits gained headlines as the latest examples of paternalism masquerading as policy. Last week, the Kansas legislature passed a bill that would… Continue reading

Populations of Regulation — Intro

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“Regulation” is a topic that surfaces often in contemporary American political debate. Typically one finds Republican lawmakers in stark, total opposition to regulation, whereas the opposite tendency is found in Democrats, who tend… Continue reading

For Every Session, an Unsession — Undoing the Accretion of Bad Law

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The Minnesota legislature has just repealed 1,175 laws as part of Governor Mark Dayton’s “Unsession” plan. As twincities.com reports: It’s no longer a crime in Minnesota to carry fruit in an illegally sized… Continue reading