From where do the corrupt businessmen get their money? And why do millennials expect all their income to come only from a job, not their region’s land?
You pay people to live in floodplains (via taxes). Do they pay you to make the mistakes that you make?
Some of the bigger names in progressive politics are gathering to promote a more just distribution.
Should people get paid to get out of the way, to quit a place they’ve put themselves in just to get paid to let others make progress or produce something useful?
When buying a major asset like land, you need to know what it’ll be worth in future, since that’s what you’d pay now.
Why aren’t organizations like Nusra, al-Qaeda, and ISIS attacking Israel? Has Israel allied with Saudi Arabia and the oil-rich Gulf states funding and directing the terrorists?
This book helps one understand, debate, and support political action by the US and other nations.
Inequality is bad enough to anger enough voters that even Republican presidential candidates have to talk about it.
Poor people in a Canadian town did not have to jump through a lot of hoops to get a monthly check for years and pulled themselves up.
Greece’s new prime minister has until the end of the month to reach a deal on the country’s debt. But when has government not printed money to avoid reform?
The Kurds in Syria actively promote tolerance, gender liberation, and direct democracy. Three cheers for them!
What’s common sense for successful businesses is very difficult for progressives used to critiquing, saying what they want to say, and letting it go at that.
The alternative newspaper of Albany, New York’s capital, again calls for a rational public revenue reform.
Giant jellyfish swarm into the Sea of Japan in recent years, closely correlated to China’s economic development and pollutions.