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?
People who descended from slaves, who were freed by kept in poverty, now have a military not defend them but threaten them.
Somebody really struck a nerve when calling for economic justice in America, the attacks are flying and the supporters rallying.
Swearing allegiance to ethanol is what every presidential hopeful does in Iowa every four years, doesn’t matter if it’s green or efficient or not.
If the day comes when we agree to pay Land Dues to our community, how will our community figure out how much to charge per location?
While drugs do damage, their reputation exaggerates the damage and leads us away from solutions that really work.
Lower on this page you can see the link to the Rolling Stone article which has spurred thousands of comments on its geonomic ideas.
Have GMO seeds had their day in the sun? The past might be the future for farmers. A competitive market could spell the end of GMOs.
Some get rich by displaying artistry, starting a business, or inventing useful products, others use connections or insider knowledge, and deserve what?
Ireland has the political will to put a levy on perfectly useful land going to waste. Can elsewhere stand up to speculators?