Flip the Ladder.
Political parties and religion are not discussed in economic development negotiations. Companies care about our capital projects. Are they going where they’re needed most? Create accountability.
Political parties exist to elect candidates in their party. They do not exist to create policy. A campaign requires conflict. A party does not elect a candidate by creating consensus. Candidates choose their party by checking a box.
The consensus? Tax incentives smell bad. Who follows our money? It’s other people’s money and it funds reelection campaigns. Laws creating special taxes create the partnerships for us based on the assumption this works.
This is an economic development project that directly invests in the people most in need and creates a platform for their care-givers to collaborate. We’re cutting out the middle-man. Your investment of $10/month can restore the American Dream for all of us. Let’s make it our turn again.
Are our federal, state, and local tax dollars reaching the people who need them most? It’s all spent locally. Does it go where it should? Follow the money in one newsletter each month. Stop letting the news, social media, and political parties filter where we invest as a community.