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What’s wrong With the Rich

The rich are the least understood minority.  That fact lends them to be vilified by the very politicians at the root of our serious economic problems. The facts are: The rich take risks with their money.  When they invest their expendable income, they are risking the loss of that income.  Often the rich loose a great deal of money in failed ...

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Shock! Progressive College Students Only Believe in Redistributing OTHER People’s Earnings

Progressivism is a selfish, destructive ideology. It is counter-productive as it intends to take from the most productive and give to the least. When a few citizen journalists from the College Republicans at the University of California-Merced asked others to apply redistributive change to student’s earned grades, even the liberals didn’t think it was fair. This video provides an important ...

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Progressive Economics – An Oxymoron

The wealthy should pay a much larger share of taxes than the poor – the election year mantra for the extreme left.  Unfortunately for them .. it’s all they have. Turning the most-successful members of our society into voodoo dolls is silly, but effective.  Certainly those that make more should pay more, but it should not be so ridiculously over-weighted ...

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Redistribution of Wealth Through Taxation

Blame the rich, they’re responsible for everything wrong anyway right. That’s the media’s message. Meanwhile the politician’s sing, “Make them pay.” Here’s a few examples Those evil rich people just have too much money, we need to tax them more and more. Nevermind that the current administration is intentionally throwing money away in the name of the  Cloward-Piven Strategy. ...

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Blame Capitalism?

You may have noticed a new theme within the mainstream media. Sometimes its subtle, somtiemes its blunt, but its there. “Blame the Rich”, blame the wealthy, blame capitalism, blame .. “God Damn America” as Rev. Wright would say. It has emerged as the left’s rallying cry once again, just as it has throughout history. In my post on Cloward-Piven Strategy, I ...

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