I had to refute a listener whose mind could not come to terms with the fact that shareholders and investor tax rates are unfair and screw the poor and middle-class.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer plays coy with Stephanie Ruhle. He wants the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed before reconciliation stalled for not taxing the rich. Hell no.
Our economic system transfers your and the masses’ wealth and money to the rich using techniques described here, making water falsely scarce.
We must not have a billionaire dictated economy. We are living with the results of a system in which they ensure policies make them whole at our expense.
Many think that when anyone criticizes the super rich—specifically the multimillionaires and the billionaires—that it stems from nothing more than wealth envy. While that may be true for a few who themselves were unable to attain that feat, for most it is about equity and fairness. Most remember the speech about greed given by Michael Douglas’ character […]
Many like when the rich on both the Left and the Right join the fold to fix our economic mess. We must not delude ourselves that they can or will.
Stephen Cloobeck sounded no different than Republican donors in that he wants to dictate absolutely the policies of the Democratic Party.
Like robots, most got to work every day and produce billions of dollars of profits for a wealthy class that considers them but slaves by another name.
That the few have accumulated more wealth than most of the people on earth is not an accident. It is by design and we must be deprogrammed to not accept it.
Bill Maher uses recent reported excesses and bad deeds of the rich to justifiably excoriate the sick culture of privileged wealth.