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Three wealth dynasties own a combined fortune of $348.7 billion. That’s more wealth than four million families with the U.S. median wealth.
An event held by UChi Pol on book by bestselling author Jonah Goldberg to throw insights on the impact of populism and nationalism on American democracy.
The world’s top corporations continue to accrue revenues far in excess of most governments, new figures compiled by Global Justice Now show.
It is time for Democrats get back to the basics. We all know what this means: war accountability, national healthcare, affordable quality education, banking regulation, the environment, and fair elections.
Americans are so in love with capitalism that the average person is being screwed. We think only the Robber Barons in this kleptocracy should share in our vast oil and natural gas wealth.
The problem with America is Wall Street-style heartless capitalism where the guys at the top love only money, worship greed, and don’t care how it affects you and I. That’s just the way it is. Profit without conscience is the credo.
For decades, especially since 1991, federal policy has set the price of farm milk below the cost of production, crushing America’s family farms. And we are all the worse for it.
How come hedge fund managers and people who get paid in stocks only pay 20% while everybody else make less money and have to pay almost double that tax percentage? Our tax system is actually very regressive.
When Trump went to NATO this week, he was pressuring our allies to go from spending 2% of their GDP on defense to 4%. Take a guess what country will benefit from arms sales? You got it, the USA.