The X-urbs: Taxes for Something Useful

by Day Brown THERE IS a way out of the ever-increasing tax spiral. Today, the big need is broadband to outlying areas. The fastest growing Census bureau demographic is the “X-urb”: upper middle class, entrepreneurial, and well-educated people who are moving to rural areas. Maybe they see multi-ethnic cities as powder kegs. Katrina was a wake-up call to those concerned Continue Reading →