They say all good things must end. Hopefully, all bad ones, too. That way, we could have a new beginning with justice first.
Here’s what’s happened to the money that millions use, told from the POV of one who understands the role of land in our affairs.
Australia’s MacroBusiness notes that outsiders with money bid up the price of land so locals can’t afford it, unless they tax it first.
The USDA subsidizes poultry and provides schools with free chicken. Many schools give it to processors who return junk food.
Is it possible to earn billions? Or must one have a helping hand from government? The Economist magazine sheds much light.
Of the horror stories of the wrongs in hospitals, more relevant is a bureaucratic tactic leaving many Americans uncovered by Medicare.
Police are using local, state, and federal tax dollars to gear up for fighting World War III, even in towns with minuscule crime rates.
In a TV-style multi-screen debate, an ex-Fortune 500 President with another expert on Georgist economics faced off against Dr. Yanis Varoufakis.
Little Hampton got away with ticketing out-of-towners and embezzling public funds for a long time until a legislator got caught.
Polluters will pay, once Scott Baker, Novelist and President of Common Ground NYC, gets his way, a way to benefit all life on Earth.
If you got water for free and owned lots of land and wielded lots of power, would you bother to conserve or stay traditional?
Neither liberals nor conservatives have been able to fix the economy so both should consider what works: empowering people.