After our Kootenai County Reagan Republican meeting today, I'll be stopping by Costco to see if they have it. If not - I'll order it from Amazon when I get home.
Since we are having a bit of a kerfuffle in my county over proposed new zoning, I find this subject to be of particular interest.
I was alarmed (but not surprised) to learn that St. Paul/Minneapolis has already implemented regional tax-base sharing.
More:One approach is to force suburban residents into densely packed cities by blocking development on the outskirts of metropolitan areas, and by discouraging driving with a blizzard of taxes, fees, and regulations. Step two is to move the poor out of cities by imposing low-income-housing quotas on development in middle-class suburbs. Step three is to export the controversial “regional tax-base sharing” scheme currently in place in the Minneapolis–St. Paul area to the rest of the country. Under this program, a portion of suburban tax money flows into a common regional pot, which is then effectively redistributed to urban, and a few less well-off “inner-ring” suburban, municipalities.
Canada Free Press: A Brief History & Description of Agenda 21
Conservatives on Fire: Equalizing Outcomes _ Obama Style _ Think Sustainable Living ala Agenda 21
The Blaze: Beck Urges More Local Action Against UN’s Agenda 21
Camp of the Saints: Regionalism: Another Blow To Sovereignty
Cato: Yes, Land-Use Regulation Does Increase Income Inequality