Jan 7-8, the HuffPost/YouGov polled 1,000 adults matching the demographics of the adult U.S. population. What ideas won?
New Jersey Governor Christie once seemed like someone the public could trust, not just another dishonest politician.
A top businessman and a top economist contradict each other but does either see the really big picture?
A well-known news outlet in a major city provides a forum for considering a real effective reform of land rent flows.
Delivery infrastructure also determines our energy future, and now public policy – regulation – is lopsided, favoring burning.
The rich and powerful get a lot more out of government than anyone else does, yet who funds government, actually?
To transform farmland ownership in Argentina, a university teaches peasants how to secure titles and to feel entitled to justice.
Is it OK to own land? Is it OK to own someone else’s land? For one to require rents, for government to require taxes?
The most prominent magazine in the business world talks rationally about public policies that work well for everyone.
Prosperity for all would surprise many but it’d really be a political miracle since nothing but politics is what holds it back.
In the distribution of wealth to the factors of production — labor, capital, land — who gains most from economic growth?
If an Unusual Mortality Event sounds like something out of a movie, it’s not. There’s one happening right now.
In Holland, where the nation reclaimed much of the land from the sea, often the land and the home have different owners.
If both left and right dislike an idea for different reasons, does either side get it? Could they both be wrong?