Posts Tagged by Income Inequality
|January 22, 2014||Posted by Staff under Inequality / Concentration|
It takes all the money of 3,603,103,393 human beings to equal the fortunes of just 85 human beings. Is that an income gap yet?
|January 1, 2014||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
More people don’t trust a system that’s stacked against them, as the 1% grab more. Without trust, we lose harmony. It’s time to reform, they say, but do they say how?
|December 28, 2013||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
US taxes bankroll the salaries of wealthy CEOs instead of supporting livable wages for struggling workers or a Citizen’s Dividend for everyone.
|December 6, 2013||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
A most respected and widely read publication has picked up and echoed the call for a most basic and far reaching reform — redirecting spending for Earth.
|December 6, 2013||Posted by Staff under Inequality / Concentration|
There is enough to go around so that nobody need suffer. The problem, it’s not going around. It gets stuck in the 1% of the 1% of the 1%.
|November 6, 2013||Posted by Staff under Inequality / Concentration|
Hair, breast milk and eggs are doubling as automated teller machines, as the four-year-old “recovery” overlooks labor and wages. Cash-strapped people should also demand immediate justice, a share of society’s surplus, a Citizen’s Dividend for all.
|November 4, 2013||Posted by Staff under Campaigns|
He wants his fellow rich to pay higher taxes, labor to pay lower, and to shift taxes to favor economic growth. Better to not funnel so much to so few in the first place. Get society’s surplus upstream, not downstream. Use taxes or dues to recover the spending on land, natural assets, and government-granted privileges like banking charters. Then share the redirected revenue.
|September 15, 2009||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Ed. JJS Blend|
Mongolia to Share $30 Billion Mining Jackpot In 2009, US land prices are leveling, but did they fall far enough to become affordable? Even as spending starts rising again, prospects are bleak for many Americans. Elsewhere, the basics are changing. […]