Should it cost $56 million to save one person?
And other questions about managing limited resources in ‘Conversations We Are Not Having (Part 4 of 6)’
What should we do about foreign governments that own large swaths of American farmland and debt? Can we even stop them if we wanted to?
Why does the Federal Government have agencies that make revenue? Should the Government be in the business of making money?
Should we use cold-hearted, empirical data to make decisions on who lives and what parts of nature we save?