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Inequality Does Not Reduce Prosperity

In the national elections this year four states: Alaska, Arkansas, Nebraska and South Dakota raised their state minimum wage rates above the national rate of $7.25 per hour and, at the same time, elected Republicans to the U.S. 283 more words

Jack Heidel

Why the rich pay more in taxes than you think

When economist Nicholas Eberstadt called the country “a nation of takers,” there was significant backlash among those on the left. Even President Obama responded, saying that entitlements “do not make us a nation of takers; they free us to take the risks that make this country great.” 444 more words

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The Cost Of #GamerGate

13 November 2014

President Arthur C. Brooks

American Enterprise Institute

1150 Seventeenth Street

Washington, DC 20036

Dear President Brooks:

I am very sorry I have to send you this communication today. 1,460 more words


#GamerGate Records Request Targeting - 1

10 November 2014

General Manager Antoinette Christovale, CPA

City Of Los Angeles Office Of Finance

Special Unit Desk

200 North Spring Street, Room 101

Los Angeles, CA 90012… 644 more words


For richer, for poorer: How family structures economic success in America

For richer, for poorer: How family structures economic success in America
Source: American Enterprise Institute

The standard portrayals of economic life for ordinary Americans and their families paint a picture of stagnancy, even decline, amidst rising income inequality or joblessness.

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