A mega urban tree farm is admittedly designed to price low-income people out of their own neighborhoods.
Recreating the commons advances on land in England and in the air in Texas and eventually to rents everywhere.
Welfare for the wealthy is a waste and injustice that both the Left and Right now decry while we show the alternative.
The pure transition from any tax to land-value taxation is basically simple. A pure shift changes the tax base without changing the total tax revenue. In general, reduce the existing tax rates while increasing the tax on land value or […]
The Ms Quixote of the Corporate Jungle What one woman gets away with is awe-inspiring. What more that needs to be done is, of course, somewhat daunting. Yet geonomists may save the day! This 2012 article is from the Associated […]
Corporation That Paid No Tax Got Refund Back The sales tax lets one firm destroy others, the income tax lets some escape via loopholes, leaving others holding the tax bag — at least until reformers take a look […]
Africa’s Growing Middle Class Drives Development Can you believe Africa is prospering? That owning land makes a huge difference? We trim, blend, and append two 2012 from (1) Der Spiegel, Jly 6, on East Africa by H. Knaup and J. […]
Iceland Arrested Bankers, Look What Happened Please do understand the latest banking scandal but also understand effective reform. We trim, blend, and append five 2012 articles from: (1) CityAM, May 16, on hedge funds by J. Harris; (2) Reuters, Jly 10, on […]
The word “harmony” derives from the Greek word “harmonia,” meaning agreement. In music, harmony consists of the use of complementary, pleasing, simultaneous notes. People live in harmony with nature when there is a mutual benefit: people use natural resources without […]
In Poor Brooklyn, More Than Just a Tree Grows As foreclosures continue to put historic pressure on the nation’s rental market, slumlords now have more opportunity than ever to prey on the most vulnerable of tenants, and people have timely […]
Dudded Aussie Housing Data Enrich Speculators Earth’s worth should not support thievery but all society equally. We trim, blend, and append two 2012 articles from (1) BBC, Jly 6, on dealing by J. O’Neill, and (2) Financial Review, Jly 7, on data […]
So Nuke Guarantees Cost Less than Student Loans!?! Can bad subsidies become good? Or should subsidies be replaced altogether? We trim, blend, and append two 2012 articles on two southern US electrical utilities from (1) EcoWatch, Jly 3, on nuclear […]
The 21st Century Disease Set to Kill Us If employees don’t get a grip, their anxiety will drive our society to new depths of anxiety. Too bad geonomic logic just isn’t sexy. Well, praise the Web and pass the medication! […]
In music, a melody is a sequence of sounds. The elements of the musical tones include pitch, rhythm, loudness, timbre, duration, texture, and harmony. Timbre, also called “tone color,” is the quality of the tone, such as whether it comes […]
Healing Earth — a Big Job But There’s Progress The damage humans have done to life on Earth is staggering but some of us push workable solutions. We trim, blend, and append six 2012 articles from: (1) BBC, Jun 25, […]