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Re: confused criticism of LVT [1 Attachment]

Bill, for what it is worth, I have provided comments. Ed _____ From: LandCafe@yahoogroups.com [mailto:LandCafe@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Monday, March 30, 2015
Edward Dodson
Mar 30
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confused criticism of LVT

Folks, I just read this column in Forbes Magazine, and am utterly baffled about how to respond.  Perhaps someone else can find a way in to unravel this guy's
Bill Batt
Mar 30
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Re: Need supporters for our Thunderclap campaign March 31st!

Sorry for posting the same message twice! I wasn't sure if the post was getting through to the list! Sorry 'bout that! Venlige hilsener, Morten Blaabjerg Tlf
Morten Blaabjerg
Mar 27
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Need supporters for our Thunderclap campaign March 31st!

Retsforbundet - a.k.a. The Danish Justice Party - is launching a Thunderclap campaign on Tuesday March 31st. The campaign will post simultaneously a message
Morten Blaabjerg
Mar 27
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Need supporters for our Thunderclap campaign March 31st!

Retsforbundet - a.k.a. The Danish Justice Party - is launching a Thunderclap campaign on Tuesday March 31st. The campaign will post simultaneously a message
Morten Blaabjerg
Mar 27
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bloomberg article supports need to land value taxation

http://www.iol.co.za/business/opinion/columnists/us-should-adopt-a-land-tax- to-combat-inequality-1.1827238#.VPnU3o6YFkg ... This email has been checked for
Edward Dodson
Mar 6
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Even Larry Summers Now Thinks The U.S. Tax Code Must Change

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/04/opinion/establishment-populism-rising.html?_r=0
walterhorn
Mar 4
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Good News -- Peter Orzag writes on land taxation

Just came in on my google flag -- See http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2015-03-03/to-fight-inequality-tax-land.   B. Bill Batt 680 N. Pearl St.,
Bill Batt
Mar 3
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Re: More on money

Sticking with money, here's something on quantitative easing from today's Boston Globe by Harvard's Kenneth Rogoff (which I confess I mostly didn't
walterhorn
Mar 1
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Re: More on money

Soundest version from the Bank of England itself in its Bulletin (on Net) "Money creation in the Modern Economy ", an example of gamekeeper turned poacher
David Reed
Mar 1
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Re: More on money

And maybe Voltaire is only correct that “Paper money always returns to its intrinsic value – zero” because we tax labour and capital instead of rentiers?
Bryan Kavanagh
Feb 28
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More on money

Steve Keen's definition in Forbes of money (as per Graziani) and how it’s created looks sound.
Bryan Kavanagh
Feb 28
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Re: FW: [LandCafe] Georgist monetary policy

No offense to the contenders here, but this seems like a quibble to me. Call it quasi-public, if y'all like. I mean, what's the difference?--it is whatever
walterhorn
Feb 27
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Re: FW: [LandCafe] Georgist monetary policy

Here's a few reasons why the FRB is not a gov't agency: 1. We have to borrow our money and pay interest on it (plus pay broker-dealer middlemen a substantial
ssbaker305
Feb 27
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Re: FW: [LandCafe] Georgist monetary policy

Fred Foldvary wrote: The 12 Federal Reserve Banks, in the 12 Fed districts, are nominally private in that the member banks own shares in the Federal Reserve
Edward Dodson
Feb 27
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