Economics/Class Relations

Should We Abolish Zoning?


In the United States, at least, the Federal welfare state is primarily a development of the twentieth century. Governmental welfare measures, if any, before World War I were handled largely at the local level; there had been no substantial use of Federal funds to buy votes, no reason for states to modify their voting laws and practices to gain special privileges in Washington.
Paul L. Poirot


August 28, 2023
Why No “Conspiracy Theory!” on Prigozhin’s Death?
I’m rather amused by the U.S. mainstream media’s response to the widespread accusations that Russian President Vladimir Putin orchestrated the assassination of Russian mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin. Notice that no one in the U.S. mainstream press is crying “Conspiracy theory!” to mock or ridicule the accusation. Yet, whenever one points to the U.S. national-security establishment’s assassinations and assassination targets, as with President Kennedy, …
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What is playing out before our eyes right now should be familiar to any fan of football: it’s called the pile on, a brutal, frenzied, desperate play to seize…
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