Only one thing can allow a business to transcend the daily brute struggle for survival: monopoly profits. True or false?
The Federal Reserve calls itself a public agency. What’s it doing dissing public bonds? In favor of corporate debt?
We use water once and throw it away. Why? Water is perfect for using over and over again, with just a little cleansing.
As the Scots consider independence from England, some of them discuss geonomic ideas that’d make Scotland paradise.
Like ants to a picnic, land values coalesce around light rail stations and around useful infrastructure in general, enriching whom?
Imagine a time when polluters must pay. Actually, that was our past. Can we make it real again, with Earthling identity?
Self-interest blinds just about everybody to how greatly sharing natural rents benefits each and everyone of us.
If you can own water during a drought, you can reap a fortune. But can you morally absentee-own water — or Earth — any time?
Pollution is the profit of the biggest industries. Yet it’s not necessary to pollute any more than it’s necessary to litter.
The Financial Times, the main business press of the UK, has the guts that the Wall Street Journal of the US lacks.
The US Government often does what this Rockefeller think tank says. But don’t hold your breath this time. Actually help people?
China stands out as the single example of having achieved economic growth for many amid widespread corruption for a few.
Labor Day became an official holiday during the administration of President Wilson and under Labor Secretary Post, a Single Taxer.
Your governments owe lots of money to some powerful people. When politicians won’t be able to borrow, who’ll have to pay up?
Spending by organizations that don’t disclose their donors is ahead of all other cycles, even the last presidential cycle.