While the man is a political economist, he does get some major points right, such as how revenue policy can be made much, much more sane.
Based on extensive research into 14 advanced economies since 187, new historical house price indices show why the upsurge — blame it on land.
Politicians are connected, duh, and the media play favorites, duh. See self-censorship by a top television station and a top newspaper in North Carolina.
Banks are still being dragged into court, are still paying fines, are still enjoying record stock prices, and paying higher salaries — until we do what?
Where’s the right to a normal life when radiation deforms a child and the government won’t reveal the facts?
This is a sequel to Henry George, Part 1: A Quest for Answers. His life was so filled with drama it could be a movie. Best of all, people loved him greatly.
A house for every family — good idea — as is a share of the worth of Earth, unless a share entices people to exploit the Earth.
A guy with dirt on the US Chamber of Commerce and a Republican fundraiser for the 2010 elections needs an obscure federal judge to overrule the IRS.
Earlier this year our contributor visited South Africa. Nelson Mandela’s passing brought tears to his eyes. Did the media cover apartheid and the US?
The “economic war among the states”, spurred on by corporations, creates more insider deals and corruption than jobs, the excuse for favoritism.
If a poor, oil-rich Muslim country really threatens America, is a US attack really the best response? Or would something more legal be better?
Leaders, statesmen, and journalists responsive to society’s need for deep change are a rare breed anywhere but fortunately a bit common somewhere.
Our natural enemies love how we change water temperatures and overfish. Contrary to popular belief, treating a jellyfish sting with urine isn’t advised. What is advised is geonomic justice.