Bitcoin et al give hope to economists, speculators, and fans of non-governmental financial alternatives.
One of GB’s best newspapers once again comes thru with a well-reasoned editorial on solving a land use issue.
Watch out what you cite. Pages of gibberish, discovered by a computer, got accepted by academic publishers.
Wastage is easy to prevent. Meanwhile, charities must pay a fee and get a permit to feed homeless people in a park.
In paradise — Ile à Vache, coveted by Lamothe’s administration — people are made landless, without food sovereignty.
Readers of the business press Down Under get the goods on taxes and economics in clearly argued editorials.
Another dealer in jail won’t win our failed drug war. It might even create a power vacuum and a bloody gang war.
Great Britain’s press comes thru again with support for sanity in tax policy, well ahead of the press of other nations.
From frying pan to fire? After chlorpyrifos was phased out, people turned to pyrethroids, now suspected of harming cells.
Big Biz Inc gets most of the tax breaks and cash grants that state and local governments (not just the feds) give out.
When believers were poor, it might’ve made sense to not tax religions. But now religions are a force to reckon with.
Rules that hobble business are getting repealed by some poor nations but proliferate in some rich nations.
Independent ranchers and animal rights activists agree that tax dollars should not support the meat lobby.
Even after ending unfair taxes and unreasonable regulation, people must still deal justly to let one another be free.
Why can’t economists predict? Why do they hide behind numbers? Why’s it hard for them and kindergartners to share?