10/14/2005

wealth

Business week has a chart of the US "Houshold" wealth: Since I was suggesting we consider taxing Wealth, rather than, or partially in replacement for, income, as more accuratly reflecting the social benefit that people get from the country, I am linking to this article.

Note: I will add other links as appropriate and any comments that people want to add to point to more information on the US Wealth, its distribution, or other related material is welcome.

Other related Blogs...
    • "Liberals" in our current parlance are those who focus on using taxpayer money to help better society.
    • "Progressive" are those who focus on using government power to make large institutions play by a set of rules.
Economics -- Online Economics Textbooks
Un-Related 100 most often misspelled words

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello, you have a great blog here and nice informations for your visitors.

I will bookmark you and come back.

I have a Werbeartikel site.
My customers will find very detailed informations about Werbeartikel

Come to visit my site.

1:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Free pumpkin carving design software for Halloween
There are so many cool things on the Weblogs, Inc. blog network that I miss more than half of the postings relevant to kids and families.
Find out how to buy and sell anything, like things related to private road construction on interest free credit and pay back whenever you want! Exchange FREE ads on any topic, like private road construction!

1:35 PM  
Blogger Scott Edwards said...

Wow what a cool blog you have here! I am impressed. You really put a lot of time and effort into this. I wish I had your creative writing skills, progressive talent and self discipline to produce a blog like you did. Your blog really does deserve an honest compliment. If you have some time, stop by my site, it deals with stuff like, click here: opportunit* and then feel free to e-mail me with your words of wisdom.

P.S. I'll sure put the word out about your site and I would appreciate any business you may send my way...

Later, Scott ;-)

1:24 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home