"If Silicon Valley were a country, it'd be sixth in the world in GDP per capita."
Progressive people must rise to the challenge. We must make clear to white people that they are being conned by the frontmen of the one percent.
We are headed to a world where just one percent of the population own and control more than all the rest of us combined.
Finally, most people outside the one percent at the top are realizing that the vast gulf of inequality is very dangerous for our country and the world.
How we organize our economy and distribute and allocate resources can either facilitate or undermine a democratic socio-political culture.
We are faced with a choice of who will pay to rebuild our infrastructure, educate our children, and transition to a green economy.
An insider is spilling the beans on the great unsaid in charitable circles: You can't ignore inequality and hope to fix an unequal world.
Auditors generally do a decent job identifying how much wealthy taxpayers are trying to shortchange Uncle Sam. But they're only examining a fraction of the returns the wealthy file.
Last week the stock market made a great leap forward. And New York is facing a homeless crisis. Some recovery!
The next time a rich corporate chieftain whines about higher taxes or says he's "just like you and me," take him to Disneyland. It may remind him how he's not.