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November 8, 2016: A Day of Infamy

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62 People Own Half the Wealth of the World

In a global economy where money isn’t infinite and 62 people own half the wealth of the world, debt is used to fill the income gap to maintain the facade on our standard of living in order to benefit a … Continue reading

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The Reality:

At a time when Americans are facing an income gap and childhood poverty not seen since 1929, contrary to what Republicans are saying it’s not public assistance programs that are driving up state deficits. It’s Medicaid. And death should not … Continue reading

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D-Day II, Republican National Convention, Cleveland, Ohio July 18, 2016

(For the young ones, D-Day was June 6, 1944 in World War II on which Allied forces invaded northern France to liberate Europe from the Nazis.  Now it’s time to liberate America.) Throughout history when there are economic hardships it … Continue reading

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Employer-based Retirement Plan Access and Participation across the 50 States

At a time when 30 million WORKERS report they do not have access to an employer-based retirement plan while companies are doing exceptionally well Employer-based Retirement Plan Access and Participation across the 50 States And Social Security changes cut income … Continue reading

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Three words everyone should know: Income Gini coefficient

In a world where just 62 people own as much wealth as half the world’s population The words “communism” and “capitalism” are just buzzwords to stir emotions for world’s elite. The words everyone needs to be aware of are: Income … Continue reading

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