While other scientists have them, economists, who if laid end to end could not come to a conclusion, even disagree on what the canon of economics should be.
Great Britain’s editorial pages cover deep reform so often — at least once every 10 days — that this autumn it got hard to keep up.
China has a bigger middle class than America has people, more people studying English than Americans speaking English. Such a huge economy must help some people.
The problem of people going hungry is not so much lack of food but of too much food going to waste. Who can afford to waste food? Not those working the land.
Did you realize that so much of the spending in the economy never rewards any owner’s effort or any lender’s credit? That being the case, whose is it?
A most respected and widely read publication has picked up and echoed the call for a most basic and far reaching reform — redirecting spending for Earth.
There is enough to go around so that nobody need suffer. The problem, it’s not going around. It gets stuck in the 1% of the 1% of the 1%.
This is an influential business association that takes making a buck very seriously; even they see that half a tax is better than none when it comes to property.
Paying retirees so much is not sustainable, nor is it fair to the future? Yet rather than looking at ways to reduce payments to some, maybe see how to increase payments to all?
For a government in deep debt, the US sure does spend a lot of tax dollars on corporations who don’t need a penny of public money, unlike actual citizens.
Good news: Poor nations seek answers. Bad news: they don’t seek far enough. Since the right’s recommendations did not work, now back to the left? What about neither?
In the US capital, six firms took turns winning tax liens on properties worth $540 million. The odds that their bidding pattern was a coincidence? Less than 1 in 1000.
Papua New Guinea has the 3rd biggest rainforest on Earth and laws that enshrine the land ownership of indigenous tribes. Yet government colludes with foreign loggers.
Who really owns famous places? The absentee owners hide behind incorporated holding companies. But so what if the landlord is a foreigner or not? Still a landlord.