An insightful piece from "The Economist" reveals that if you take a ride along Chicago's red line-- a rail service running north-south for 23 miles-- life expectancy varies by 30 years from one end to the other! Thirty years! In a developed country! In the richest country in the world! We've endorsed 4 great progressives who want to fix that.
Trump economic advisor Larry Kudlow told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that he didn't "understand what planet they're describing" when asked how they'd respond to the Democratic presidential candidates addressing income inequality.
Trump economic advisor Larry Kudlow tells Fox's Chris Wallace that he doesn't "understand what planet they're describing" when the Democrats were discussing economic disparity at the debates and just pretended it doesn't exist when asked what Trump would do to solve it.
A panel on inequality tells the billionaires at Davos what they DON'T want to hear: "Pay your damn taxes."
The Clinton campaign told HuffPost they could not confirm the precise language of the quote, but did not distance themselves from its populist essence.
What is different now is that people are starting to understand that their struggles aren’t their own fault.
This week on Moyers & Company, Stiglitz tells Bill Moyers that Apple, Google, GE and a host of other Fortune 500 companies are creating what amounts to “an unlimited IRA for corporations.”
"One day, somebody sets himself on fire, then thousands of people are in the streets, and before you know it, the country is burning."
New Hampshire State Representative Will Infantine infuriated many of his colleagues when he publicly stated that men deserve more money than the ladies.
So the president faces a choice of rhetoric on Tuesday night—but that choice is not just about political gamesmanship. It will have serious policy implications. But there is also an issue of simple credibility. The American people are watching, and they are furious about inequality.
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