Papua New Guinea has the 3rd biggest rainforest on Earth and laws that enshrine the land ownership of indigenous tribes. Yet government colludes with foreign loggers.
Who really owns famous places? The absentee owners hide behind incorporated holding companies. But so what if the landlord is a foreigner or not? Still a landlord.
Can politicians really give farm subsidies to billionaires and at the same time kick millions of hungry people off of food stamps? Who elects these people, anyway?
If you can afford a condo in China’s capital you could afford one nearly twice as big in the Big Apple. What makes some places so spendy? Who can afford them?
Like his namesake, Saint Francis of Assisi, the new Pope seems to sincerely wish to do something to combat poverty. However, where’s the beef?
Mass transit, a loser in America, is a profit making service elsewhere. Those places don’t need government subsidies; they recover what they create.
With governments struggling to raise revenue, you won’t believe what pubic services they’re charging for now — and to whom.
The US tells Americans their income grew, but there’s still inflation and the average is pulled up by the 1% which disguises the reality of the 99%.
Players of the iconic board game don’t know how it all began, its connection to which monopoly, whether capital, labor, or land.
Progress the Past Week Here Today, as I write, our views are up to 17,000 — quite a jump in one week! (over 12k.) The biggest boost came from Reddit. The most popular article, with over 15,000 views, was the […]
With climate changing forests, we can expect ever more destructive fires. So let government continue to spend millions watching our tax dollars go up in smoke? Or … ?
If only you could draw a line around a city and it’d sprawl no more — such a power! But is it only magical and not real?
What factors drive people’s chances of rising beyond the station of their birth, including education, family structure, and the economic layout of metropolitan areas?