In Dixie, and a lawyer yet, speaks up for our right to privacy and against the abuses by the partnership of state and elite.
Standing Up for Privilege
The many lose land to the few in many ways, foreclosures in developed nations and rubber-stamping deeds in poor nations.
Philippine Farmers Accuse Aquino Kin of Land-Grabbing
Pro-military people don't mind taking money from you to thwart any invaders, but given no choice are you truly free?
Freedom is Indeed Free
A congresswoman calls Congress exclusive, well, the whole political system excludes the majority and any deep discussion.
Congress Is 'Rigged' To Maintain The Status Quo
Rich people and prime land go together like hand in glove. What do they know that the poor and middle class don't?
World Chasing US Real Estate 25% Yield
The Internal Revenue Service, regularly used against political enemies, could never do so again if the outrage boils over.
The IRS's Long History of Scandal
How much does the jump in prices reflect market demand, how much one-off speculation that may last only a few years?
Behind the Rise in House Prices, Wall Street Buyers
Sr Editor Fred Foldvary asks why Europe does not raise its VAT -- because it'd drive away even more money to the US.
Sales Taxes and Capital Goods
Over 20% of the Earth's surface -- on which 1.5 billion people live -- has from 1981 to 2003 lost its ability to produce.
Global Land-Loss Treaty Aims for More Teeth
The concept of a three-day weekend has gone the way of the dodo. Are companies to blame, or are we?
How the Smartphone Killed the Three-Day Weekend
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