Monthly Archives: November 2012

Towards Debt-Free Housing in New Brunswick, NJ

Jim Zarra of a church in New Jersey gave me a tour of 2 houses that they own and run that are in many ways, debt-free and public benefit.    They also have an 11 unit addition to their church … Continue reading

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Archive of Dissent starting on Fleet Street in London– Anarchive is Born!

Iain and Gillian Boal showed me their building before it is renovated that will be an archive and center for conversation about dissent, anarchy, and social movements.    It is great that it is located right across the street from … Continue reading

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My Son’s First Vote

Proud father time.

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2001 Essay on US tax benefits for real estate developers, and that it encourages bubbles and flipping

My friend Matt Ostrowski sent me a link to an article written in 2001 by Michael Hudson.  Not an easy read, but interesting because it was written in 2001, therefore the before the housing bubble popped in 2007.    It shows … Continue reading

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