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My name is John Stapleford. I am the President of Econ First, which offers unique web market analysis that will bring more customers to your business.
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If we belong to a nation that establishes the righteousness of the law as its moral and ethical compass, we will experience those blessings which come to such a nation. (Note: this was written in 2008.) This is the basic idea of this message which, by God’s Grace, I am sharing now with you. Let me start with a question; do you believe that God called America’s Pilgrim Fathers into the unknown New World? Can you imagine that what God has done before He can do again? God has been in the Nation Building business for some time! Here is a partial list of leaders or movements that were blessed in this heretofore ignored “ministry” of “Nation Builders for...read more
In Nigeria, you don’t “own” land, the government owns all land and state governors issue certificates of occupancy (although only 3% of land is propery registered). All land in Nigeria is legally a leasehold from you to the government. How is what we have so different? We have property taxes. When your land is taxed it isn’t a freehold, you are a serf on a leasehold. And if the “value” of your property goes up you can lose it because the taxes become insanely high. You might buy a house for $124,000 but your neighborhood becomes popular and now it’s value is $500,000. Your taxes go from an affordable but still rapacious $1200 a year on your $65,000...read more
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