|November 6, 2013||Posted by Staff under Financial|
Just leave it all up to computers — and sometimes somebody must pay the price, in cases of GIGO. That aside, it’s amazing how much money can be won or lost when so much gets concentrated on Wall Street … instead of disbursing rents to us al fairly.
|November 5, 2013||Posted by Staff under Economic Principles|
One way to prosperity is how Singapore did it. They figured out what to do with land value, with the money people pay for a location. That freed them up to choose smart taxes, not dumb ones. Could other places copy the Singapore way? Find out.
|November 5, 2013||Posted by Staff under Rent recovery or avoidance|
As leaseholders face huge rent increases, one rants: This is why we immigrated from the UK? Why go back to the feudal system? Indeed. But why pay banks? Why not pay community? Pay in Land Dues and get back Rent Shares. It’s fair and works.
|November 5, 2013||Posted by Staff under Corruption|
The siblings along with a realtor UK Nanda staked claim over the property after land prices shot up in the area. Such temptation always prevails. Until we make clear that land value belongs to all members of society equally to share.
|November 5, 2013||Posted by Staff under Campaigns|
Connecticut cities struggle with vacant land, owned by speculators who need a nudge. The state was eager to adopt the tax. One of the biggest boosters was Hartford Councilman Larry Deutsch, a close friend of Philadelphia Councilman Wilson Goode Jr.
|November 4, 2013||Posted by Staff under Environmental|
How bad can it get before government quits favoring old ways — no more subsidies for developers and manufacturers — and levels the playing field for new ways? Recover land value and pay citizens a dividend so everyone has enough security to work on their new ideas and contribute new solutions; let progress charge ahead!
|November 4, 2013||Posted by Staff under Taxes|
Should he contribute to society? Or to government? Shall we take a lot because he’s got a lot? No matter how he got it? Or accept some fortunes happen in mass markets. And get over worshipping celebs so the prize money just won’t be there.
|November 4, 2013||Posted by Staff under Campaigns|
He wants his fellow rich to pay higher taxes, labor to pay lower, and to shift taxes to favor economic growth. Better to not funnel so much to so few in the first place. Get society’s surplus upstream, not downstream. Use taxes or dues to recover the spending on land, natural assets, and government-granted privileges like banking charters. Then share the redirected revenue.
|November 4, 2013||Posted by Staff under Rent recovery or avoidance|
The real state is real estate; land speculators rule the land. If you’re not getting an exemption for your land, then you’re paying more tax so speculators can pay less.
|November 2, 2013||Posted by Staff under High Cost of Land|
Flying a long way for hours beats enriching landlords — but how could it be sustainable for long? Why not collect and share London rents instead?
|November 1, 2013||Posted by Staff under Corruption, Financial|
This $13 billion settlement, actually a $9 billion settlement, came close to never happening. It’s a lot of money, but this deal is a gift to Chase. More basically, so is the practice of bundling land value into mortgages while ground rents should be shared by us all.
|November 1, 2013||Posted by Staff under Rent recovery or avoidance|
This isn’t Sherwood Forest: there’s no robbing the rich to give to the poor here. Instead, it’s the other way around: hogging land value that should be common wealth shared by all.
|October 31, 2013||Posted by Staff under Health|
To cut out sugar you have to cut out pickles and all processed food. Why’s sugar so cheap for food processors? You subsidize sugar, you don’t tax it, like you do tobacco.
|October 31, 2013||Posted by Staff under Environmental, Subsidies & Waste & Public Debt|
If state and federal requirements for oil and gas drillers are lax, we could pay the clean-up bill — as we do for oil, gas, and mining — adding insult to injury. So why do we limit the liability of those who put people and planet at risk?