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Richest 1% own half the world's wealth, study finds | Inequality | The Guardian

The increase in wealth among the already very rich led to the creation of 2.3 million new dollar millionaires over the past year, taking the total to 36 million.

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Easter Buffet With the Hoi-Polloi

I attended the fanciest of brunches on offer
at the city’s most reputable establishment

some folk here are ‘known’ I was curtly advised
but I saw few there who knew of themselves… 281 more words

Fiction

REVIEW: Would You Rather

I’ve been wanting to write a review about this movie for a while, but I just didn’t have anything substantive to say about it, other than that it pushed a lot of good buttons. 1,368 more words

Horror

Grind, Grind, Grind

The grind, grind, grind starts my day
luscious hips gyrate under sway,
to my coffee I sashay.
(Whatdidyou think I was talking bout anyway?)

Each morning early arise… 139 more words

Poetry

No Economic Recovery Without Addressing 21st Century Racial Economic Inequality

Originally Published: 07/31/2013 01:52 pm ET Updated Sep 30, 2013

By Dedrick Asante-Muhammad

“In framing public policy, I not only feel that it would be a mistake to shy away from an explicit discussion of the specific issues of race and poverty but also that we should highlight them in our attempt to convince Americans that there is an urgent need to address them.” 519 more words

TIME TO LET THE GREEDY BILLIONAIRE DONORS HAVE IT RIGHT WHERE THEY'LL FEEL IT! Part One

Jan. 4, 2018  By Jack Jodell, American Dissident, N.M.P. 

COUNTDOWN: There remain 1,113 days in this totally corrupt, for-the-wealthy-only administration’s term in office…

Happy new year, readers! 875 more words

Politics

This is the Isthmus

Try saying that blog title five times fast.

On October 15, 2017, I landed in Panama City for the first time in my life. It was quite an eventful journey, with both my flights (BOS –> EWR and EWR –> PTY) delayed, and I landed in Newark to find that my credit card had been compromised and I had to cancel it. 546 more words

Carolyn Balk