Some clear thinkers focus on a tax that is not really a tax but one heck of a powerful tool for driving efficient use of land and healing what ails economies.
The midterm US election last month was bad for Democrats and worse for democracy. Yet political people still don’t take seriously better communication.
Humans long ago felt awareness of something sacred apart from things profane, but could they define what they meant by sacred?
The granddaddy of all business magazines takes seriously a great tax reform and its equally awful record of acceptance by society.
Progressives get almost as much money, albeit from many more small donors, as conservatives but get far less bang for their buck. Why?
Keynesians like government being deeply in the red. Yet where’s the promised prosperity? Is government merely robbing Peter to pay Paul?
NEW YORK — Shifting the address of his Liberty Global Inc. from Colorado to London last year didn’t just put billionaire John C. Malone in a position to reduce his company’s tax bill. He also took precautions to avoid the […]
Based on extensive research into 14 advanced economies since 187, new historical house price indices show why the upsurge — blame it on land.
Since their beginning, American voters have responded passionately not to technocratic terms so much as to stories: two about hope, two about fear.
Politicians are connected, duh, and the media play favorites, duh. See self-censorship by a top television station and a top newspaper in North Carolina.
Government jerks around the public to make it easy for people to spend more money. Why not just shave an hour off the workday?
Tom Jefferson noted, politicians and judges (lawyers with immunity) call themselves “honorable” without ever earning such titles.