Daily Archives: December 21, 2010

Prop 13 on commercial property: destroyer of California

Well, one of the destroyers of California, but, no, I’m not kidding. “The failure to tax commercial property properly is anticompetitive. Companies which compete against each other have wildly different property taxes, not because of their location or value, but … Continue reading

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Only the very very rich matter in America now

Sigh. Why do the comics have to tell us this (again)? On the other hand, once we all know this is true, we can get on with breaking the U.S. into smaller and better countries. I really think that’s the … Continue reading

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2010 Census: dreams and realities edition

“The overall US population is 308,745,538. California’s population is 37,253,956, still the most populous state by far – Texas is in second place at 25,145,561. “California needs to keep pace and hold off Texas in the coming years – single-payer … Continue reading

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