Seattle’s Head Tax and the Infrastructure of ANTIFA Bullying

In Seattle, the City Council’s plan to raise tens of millions of additional dollars every year for homeless services by taxing large corporations $500 for each employee in Seattle, has been very unpopular. At $500 per employee per year, the Head Tax would raise $75 mlllion a year. Large demonstrations of construction workers opposing the […]

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Seattle Economic Growth Indicator

In Seattle, economic growth is measured in homelessness, and in particular in homeless deaths, since Seattle greeedily pulls other regions’ homeless in by handouts and homeless “empowerment” social polices, and pushes people into the streets by (1) supporting “high-tech” low wage growth, like Amazon, and (2) enacting measures and taxes that increase the price of […]

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