Dear Reform Conservatives: The Anti-Reform Plutocrats Who Finance Your Party Won't Magically Disappear
Josh Barro of The New York Times has published yet another discussion of that most tiresome of questions: Will Donald Trump usher in an era of reform conservatism?
We've been talking about the plutocrats, the hollowing out of the middle class, nannies and other "women's work."
Should Dems pay attention to Republicans' civil war, or look inward and deal with their own shortcomings?
HBO's Bill Maher probably didn't win any friends among his fellow wealthy Americans when he suggested that not only do we need an improvement in the minimum wage, but perhaps we should also have a "maximum wage" to keep these whining plutocrats from highjacking our democracy.
Ever wonder what Home Depot founder Ken Langone does for fun? Wonder no more.
Venture Capitalist and billionaire Tom Perkins suggested Thursday that only taxpayers should have the right to vote -- and that wealthy Americans who pay more in taxes should get more votes.
Lee Camp visited the popular RT show The Keiser Report with Max Keiser to talk about the billionaire hoarders and the plutocrats who are destroying the world.
Thomas Frank, author of "What's The Matter With Kansas?" and "The Wrecking Crew" writes about the poor, poor plutocrats who are so very sad that no one appreciates them: Rhetoric like this makes the very rich feel very sad. It has sent them
Common people not welcome. You wouldn't understand. Courtesy of one of the Koch-Romney fundraiser invitees: For one of these donors, the big danger of 2012 is that people who aren’t as wealthy as her might still be able to have some input on