|November 26, 2013||Posted by Staff under Politics|
You can rely on official stats if you take them with a grain of salt. What officials don’t measure says more than what they do.
|November 21, 2013||Posted by Staff under Corruption, Crime, Politics|
History is a struggle of the memory. When evidence is stifled, and the official story repeated endlessly, we must question those who tell us what to think and think for ourselves. It’s how people discover geonomics.
|November 20, 2013||Posted by Staff under Corruption, Inequality / Concentration, Politics, Subsidies & Waste & Public Debt|
Forget conscience, just going by the bottom line, US taxpayers can afford to be charitable to the poor but not to the wealthy. Bigger picture, neither charity nor favors are needed once we share society’s surplus.
|November 20, 2013||Posted by Staff under Inequality / Concentration, Politics|
Guess where the contributors got their money from? Most critics can’t see the source and hence miss the solution. The solution is to redirect society’s spending by shifting taxes and subsidies geonomically.
|November 19, 2013||Posted by Staff under Environmental, Politics|
Over 15 years now, oil sand’s companies imposed their mishaps on nature yet our “protectors” imposed little in the way of fines. This report comes at an inconvenient time for supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline project.
|November 13, 2013||Posted by Staff under Politics|
A lot of government should be shut down — the war machine, the bailout of Wall St — but the collection of society’s surplus should be increased, not to enrich the state but to fund a dividend to the citizenry.
|November 12, 2013||Posted by Staff under Corruption, Politics|
If you’re not buying votes, then the politicians selling votes have little to offer you, not until you get money out of politics. The elite would not have so much wealth and power to spend if they didn’t have the common wealth. They boss you with the bounty that belongs to all.
|November 8, 2013||Posted by Staff under Politics|
Here’s why environmentalists could all become pro-competition, pro-open market, and grow leery of taxes and other restraints on free and fair trade. Do politicians do what’s best? Can they even know? Or would buyers and sellers on an equal footing do a better job for all concerned?
|November 9, 2000||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Archive, Politics|
BUILDING ON NADER 2000 Countering corporations locally Anti-corporate power, the signature issue of the Green Party’s Nader 2000 campaign, will continue to galvanize popular support for the 2001 local elections, the 2002 Congressional elections, and the 2004 presidential election. […]