Posts Tagged by Australia
|April 19, 2014||Posted by Staff under Subsidies & Waste & Public Debt|
Ayn Rand fans, Heritage Action, are mad: US taxpayers have subsidized a loan for crony capitalist Gina Rinehart.
|March 31, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
Australia’s MacroBusiness notes that outsiders with money bid up the price of land so locals can’t afford it, unless they tax it first.
|March 7, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
Readers of the business press Down Under get the goods on taxes and economics in clearly argued editorials.
|February 21, 2014||Posted by Staff under Environmental|
Having trouble keeping up? How many records can be broken at once before that becomes a new record, too?
|January 21, 2014||Posted by Staff under Economic Principles, High Cost of Land|
In Australia, mortgages are crowding out business loans, which must reach a tipping point some time, if the economy lags.
|January 18, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
Australia’s Macro Business news site has more good news for its readers: a revenue policy that really works.
|January 7, 2014||Posted by Staff under Economic Principles|
Because we get to keep the rental value our land commands, rather than pay it to our community, we’re all turned into speculators.
|January 7, 2014||Posted by Staff under Environmental, Subsidies & Waste & Public Debt|
Aussie graziers: rent seekers from the public, bone collectors of their thousands of dead cattle, and obstinate toward Mother Nature.
|December 20, 2013||Posted by Staff under Economic Principles|
What do they know that you don’t about timing the business cycle, which is really the real estate cycle? Time to grab the common wealth?
|December 13, 2013||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
You got to love it when good ideas get good coverage as happens Down Under about basic changes for economic justice.
|November 15, 2013||Posted by Staff under Activism|
Speculators buy homes not to lease them out but purely for capital gain and so don’t bother with having tenants before selling, driving up the number of empty properties. That’s one way to grab location value. A better way is to get a share of the all the land value in one’s region. Owners would get all the value of their buildings, but not their site. Ground rents would become our common wealth.
|November 13, 2013||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
A blogger who gets millions of views per year joins the growing chorus for tax sanity.
|May 20, 2010||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Australia and Kenya propose ways to settle claims New laws to heal past injustices Some places, citizens get to hear their leaders boldly advance sharing the commons. We trim, blend, and append two 2010 articles from (1) Kenyas Daily Nation, […]
|March 22, 2009||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
DC fixer-uppers become tax ruins or renewals? Breaking in on the rent seekers When the US capitols city government doubled its property tax rate to 10% for unoccupied residential buildings and vacant lots, land-rent hoarders claimed it would backfire; it […]
|June 13, 2008||Posted by Staff under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Prairie populist would smile at Stanhope budget initiative The main daily in Australia’s capital pushes sharing land value We trim this 2008 editorial appearing in the Canberra Times on May 10. The author is their editor-at-large. by Jack Waterford Whenever […]