Browsing All posts tagged under »Distributism«

On the Proper Functioning of Economies

November 9, 2011 by


Much is made about the proper form of economies. Comparatively less is made of their proper functioning. Economies are taken to be black boxes; their internal workings are regarded with nearly religious awe. Some propose to simply leave economies to their own devices, befitting their deified nature. Others insist that altars and holy relics – […]

Red Tory

October 31, 2011 by


Once upon a time in the United States, there was more to ‘official’ political discourse than the two-party dictatorship which we have today. The philosophy of the ‘losing’ side in the 1776 Revolution, chased North to Canada by gunpoint, is one such example. That ethic is Toryism. To be a Tory is not surprising in […]

The Taxation Equation

September 28, 2011 by


Read part 5 here. This post is a technical analysis of the taxation policy which I presented previously. The analysis will be in a Keynesian/Galbraithian manner, involving formulae and discussion of the various components thereof. I will try to make this as painless as possible. In a nutshell, my taxation policy is designed to limit […]

Taxation Stakeholders

August 26, 2011 by


Continuing from Part 1. The biggest stakeholders and supporters of any particular political are not difficult to find, although it is somewhat counter-intuitive. Instead of following the money, as the old phrase goes, one must find whence money – specifically taxation money – does not come. It’s an obvious but unstated truism that the biggest […]