Australia’s Macro Business news site has more good news for its readers: a revenue policy that really works.
If you want to see the sun, the sky, the stars, don’t bother looking up in China but turn to huge public screens for a show.
Too little public spending on levees is a small part of the problem. It is dwarfed by another factor: too much public spending.
Frenchman Etienne Balibar suggests, given the elite’s tax avoidance, “no representation without taxation” is today more appropriate.
People run for office to win for themselves or to raise awareness of good new ideas which could, if implemented, benefit everyone.
Body searches and interrogations – lasting days – are out of proportion with the charges. People lack justice and media.
A house for every family — good idea — as is a share of the worth of Earth, unless a share entices people to exploit the Earth.
The tele-com giants got what they wanted from the lawyers enjoying immunity on an appellate court bench … for now.
Lots of poor people, more every day, living under poor governments, means lions are increasingly scarce in their old jungle.
Feeling better now? The government tells us again that a financial crisis will never happen again. What about cycles?
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.