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Six Men Own More Wealth Than the Bottom 50 Percent of Human Kind


The economic and political game is clearly rigged in favor of wealthy, and its getting worse. This is a recipe for economic disaster, and which has been closely followed by major Wall Street politicians, such as Ron Wyden, Barack Obama, Mitch McConnell, Orrin Hatch, and George W. 404 more words

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Have you ever taken a poverty quiz? If the answer is no, click here and find out if you’re (un)educated on wealth inequality!

This quiz presents accurate data on income and poverty in the United States. 267 more words

Moral Monday Report & An Upcoming Solidarity Training

Today’s post includes a report and video from Moral Monday, an upcoming workshop on Solidarity Training (2/26), a report on the shameless death of the pay day lending bill, a note that Mayor Gonzales will be this Saturday’s Retake radio show guest on KSFR, and a request that you contribute to KSFR this week. 863 more words

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Wall Street, Hedge Funds, Billionaire Investors, the Corrupt Federal Government and the Student Loan Scam


Student loans are a scam intended to redistribute income from college students to wealthy individual and institutional investors. College students today owe more than $1.4 trillion dollars in student loans, and that figure is getting bigger by the day. 1,273 more words

Poor people need better PR

There is a pretty big problem when it comes to wealth inequality.

Well …Okay. There are a lot of problems when it comes to wealth inequality. 536 more words

Income Inequality

Message to the Black Man in the New Millennium

Message to the Black Man is an article series designed to bring consciousness to the Black community and inspire change in African American people, particularly Black men. 427 more words

Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance - A Multi-Trillion-Dollar Business

The topic of income and wealth inequality is closely linked to the practice of tax avoidance and evasion, both by international corporations and by wealthy individuals. 2,429 more words

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