Posts Tagged by New York City
|March 19, 2015||Posted by Staff under Subsidies & Waste & Public Debt, Taxes|
The 1% might be the ones who do-gooders want to tax but the 1% should be the ones reformers should want to quit financing in the 1st place.
|February 23, 2015||Posted by Staff under High Cost of Land, Inequality / Concentration|
From where do the corrupt businessmen get their money? And why do millennials expect all their income to come only from a job, not their region’s land?
|November 7, 2014||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
Many of us have long known in our guts that something about mainstream economics doesn’t add up. A new book suggests we were right.
|August 23, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
The rich buy up apartments in New York but don’t live in them; they’re speculative investments. Here’s how to blow up that game.
|July 11, 2014||Posted by Staff under Corruption, Economic Principles, High Cost of Land|
Shady magnates and corrupt politicians from all over the globe stash their ill-gotten gains in condos on prime sites.
|March 27, 2014||Posted by Scott Baker under Editorials|
Polluters will pay, once Scott Baker, Novelist and President of Common Ground NYC, gets his way, a way to benefit all life on Earth.
|March 25, 2014||Posted by Scott Baker under Editorials|
No longer are well-connected companies mere parasites, now they’re full-fledged econ-eaters! How much will be left when they’re done?
|March 22, 2014||Posted by Scott Baker under Editorials|
The various goals most of us want are not mutual contradictions but feasible, as this new video shows.
|January 31, 2014||Posted by Scott Baker under Editorials|
Abby Martin of the popular RT TV show, “Breaking the Set”, invited New Yorker Scott Baker to appear and explain Geoism.
|January 5, 2014||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
New York City charter schools in low-income neighborhoods, whose numbers are on the rise, show some of the most impressive achievement gains.
|December 13, 2013||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
Big Apple speculators now don’t have to pay for keeping lots vacant — a loophole in the principle of paying for what you take: prime sites.
|November 1, 2013||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
New York City routinely permits private property owners to acquire public land without paying for it. Do charge them, and all owners, rent for land. But don’t tax anyone’s efforts.
|January 9, 2007||Posted by Staff under Archive, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Corporate Welfare Funnels Money from Taxpayers to Elite Everything I Know About Incentives I Learned in New York City Thanks to Greg LeRoy of Good Jobs First for circulating the below article, which originally appeared in State Tax Notes. You’re […]
|January 9, 2007||Posted by Staff under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Government Seizures of Private Property After 19 Months, Government Finally Returns Seized Car — Damaged Here is a news announcement on the idiotic implementation of “forfeiture” laws — this update comes from the American Civil Liberties Union. NEW YORK– The […]
|August 24, 2005||Posted by Lindy Davies under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Land and Justice — Part 2 by Lindy Davies Last week, I made the (perhaps surprising) statement that treating land, the opportunities freely supplied by nature, as a private asset is the root cause of poverty and environmental degradation. That’s […]