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A Well-Lit Pathway Out of Poverty

A Well-Lit Pathway Out of Poverty

Selling solar lamps to impoverished families is how Brian Rants serves God--and brightens the world.

Brian Rants never thought his contribution to the world would be a $15 lamp. But for schoolchildren in Swaziland and earthquake survivors in Haiti, these solar lamps have made all the difference. Rants's Denver-based company—Nokero, short ...

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Aaron Cavanaugh

December 21, 2012  10:34pm

Hi, Thanks for this article. This is a little off topic but I thought about this when reading this article. There is nothing wrong with capitalism. The problem is that if government becomes too small (as we are on the verge of in the USA) then societies become corrupt. If you look at GDP by country and looks at tax revenue as a percentage of GDP there is a tipping point where corruption takes off in society as a whole. Government is here to provide safety. If we get rid of it we lose our safety. Thanks. God Bless. Aaron

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