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After Covid and local recessions…Unearthing the Big Apple’s revenue under its feet

Last January, CPTR piped up with its observations on the surprise bid of Andrew Yang for the mayoralty. Borrowing from his own 2016 presidential campaign, he proposed a basic income (BI) plan for those New Yorkers left behind by pandemics, economic collapse, and no housing. At the time, a question arose: where’s the money? In […]


Rents Fall, Supply Decreases: The Secret Life of how the Big Dogs Roll

  Not everyone will agree, but I’ll say it:: synthesizing the market and planned economics to produce economic strength is the quickest path to economic and political empowerment for all people, especially traditionally marginalized cohorts such as women and immigrants.  When liberalism made “peace” with markets, prosperity and liberation ensued. But, “left and right” has […]