Want jobs to stay home,control land prices and speculation.

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The price of land is the base of all inflation.You add population increase,that adds more and etc..... But everything start from paying for land,we`re the only animals on earth that have to pay to live on it. Something is very wrong with that picture. Henry George wrote the book Progree & Poverty(1879) because of that book,history say he is the father of the property tax.A lot of people and follower's would say his idea/concept was corrupted. With lessons learn and looking at the present economic situation today,property tax increases for the government help the mortgage bubble.Henry idea was to tax production from the land,not the land.We keep believing false corrupt concepts with all the proof needed they`re wrong,and do nothing about it,may we all R.I.P. Want job creation,make land free and share the work and control our money(Fed) from special interests! Anything else will be a band-aid on Judgement Day.

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