These news stories raise readers’ awareness yet need many readers, who need many more such insightful articles.
People feel OK demanding a raise for a low-level job but must learn to feel enough self-esteem to demand a non-work income — just like the rich do.
Putin tells his army to get ready to fight for the North Pole. Will Santa skadoodle early this year? Can’t nations get over this?
Do the math. A tax on carbon emissions gets paid mostly by who? The rich or the poor? But who gets the tax revenue?
Big Apple speculators now don’t have to pay for keeping lots vacant — a loophole in the principle of paying for what you take: prime sites.
UK comic Robert Newman makes some sound observations about the problem; as for the solution, he may come around.
You got to love it when good ideas get good coverage as happens Down Under about basic changes for economic justice.
If you don’t own where you live, are you truly at home? Do you know what raises owner occupancy rates in a region?
America is facing tough decisions. But one of them is not feeding our most vulnerable vs. subsidizing our wealthiest insiders.
High rent now causes hunger when it could be good news if society were to recover then share the rental value of land.
Landowners in Nigeria, like landowners everywhere, try to avoid paying the rental value of their locations but it is society that creates it.
If in the current system for finding researchers in academia somebody of the creativity of Peter Higgs could not find a job, how many researchers of his caliber have never found work?
Named after French mathematician Paul Lévy, his model has been used to describe financial markets, earthquakes, and a child’s game of hide-and-seek. Next up: criminal ways?
We celebrate creative people but the thing we celebrate is the after-effect, benefits we can see. To benefit from more good ideas, we’d have to accept unfamiliar ones.