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Perspectives: NY Times -- Why Democrats Need Wall Street

Doug Schoen, a former consultant to Bill Clinton, argued the case that the Democrats should keep their ties to Wall Street in a NYT column this morning. 31 more words

Opinion

The Artisan Solution to Robots and Automation

by Glen Wallace

The government needs to redistribute wealth not in order to decides what people do or do not want, the government should redistribute in order to make it possible that more citizens can choose what they want or do not want from a selection of goods and services.    677 more words

Applied Social Political Philosophy

Atlantic City - Putting Class into Perspective

Atlantic city isn’t my scene, never was, and never will be but it was suggested soooo many times I felt negligent in not stopping by. It wasn’t as if I had the money to gamble and if I did I’d rather spend it on some other food source than the PB&J’s that were becoming the bane of my existence than a few shiny casino chips. 314 more words

This Dem gets it: 'We can't just be about redistribution of wealth'

(National SentinelPolitical Strategies: The Democratic Party wins much of its support nationwide by playing on petty human emotions and jealousies. Touting victimization based on everything from race to ethnicity to sexual preference, if something bad has ever happened to you, the Democrats want you to be able to blame  333 more words

Politics

What Wealth Redistribution War?


The 1% Already Won!

It always annoys me when very wealthy people whine and complain that they may have to pay more taxes. Those of us who live paycheck to paycheck say Waa, waa, waa. 451 more words

Political

The Real Reasons Baby Boomers Retirement Prospects Are Bleak: What the Corporate News Media Doesn't Want You to Know

Research by the Insured Retirement Institute suggests trouble for retiring Boomers. The study shows 24% of Baby Boomers have no retirement savings. Only 55% of Baby Boomers have some retirement savings and, of those, 42% have less than $100,000. 423 more words