Evidence suggests a high-ranking NSA official may have a profitable side-gig in the “electronics” business.
The rich pay more for a place for their car than everybody else pays for a place to live; but pay to whom?
Stuffed with taxes and loans, the US spends millions on both bombing Muslim Arab Militants and providing them with food, medical supplies—even clinics for militants.
As long as you must work forty hours a week while the real economy only needs a day of your time …
Seller beware. Selling food — $1 trillion p.a. in the US — that is unhealthy might get you sued or labeled.
The richest guy on earth is smart and claims to oppose inequality but wants to tax downstream, not upstream. A dumb idea?
We all work hard, save diligently, and own a parcel under a home. But how can some own big chunks of the entire planet?
Who doesn’t want to be a landlord? Without inventing a better mousetrap or starring in a Hollywood movie, you can rake in a fortune.
Ready for the robot revolution? Gartner, Inc’s crystal ball foresees an emerging ‘super class’ of technologies.
Why do colleges need so much money? Why can’t they get it from students? And why should taxpayers pay for such lousy schooling?
You pay taxes so your masters can dish out trillions to their favorites, who’d never see your money if not for coercive taxation.
An academic used his post to propagandize for speculation in land and against public recovery of socially-generated site value.
You think you’re living in the present? Actually, in many ways you’re reliving the past of centuries ago wealth-gap-wise.
Rather than catch and punish those who dodge taxes, why not repeal downstream taxes and redirect our spending upstream?
Few Americans make political contributions. When those atop the income scale do donate, it’s timed to have the most impact.