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German state vote a test for Merkel's party, resurgent rival
Sun, 26 Mar 2017
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injected it with new self-confidence. He's offering a classic though often vague center-left pitch of tackling economic inequality at home. That boost means that a fourth Merkel term no longer looks inevitable — and it also has tightened the
Lefties, techies long at odds in SF, team up against Trump
Mon, 13 Mar 2017
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and for gay rights and, more recently, has been roiled by dissent over the technology industry's impact on economic inequality , an unlikely alliance has formed in the left's resistance against Trump. Old-school, anti-capitalist activists
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Mike Seigel 12-18-16
Mike talks with Rep. John Leboutilier, Dave Ray, David Carry and Jamie McEntyre.
Planstrong Financial Forum 12-17-16
"Smart investing, simplified"
Sound Off 11-6-16
Sound off features 3 generations of our Military Combat Veterans and each are prominent in the local Veteran / Military community.
Philly Freak Show. 7/26/2016
What do you make of the 1st Night of the DNC? Do you think Bernie Sanders should have endorsed Hillary Clinton?
Don JR the rock star! 7/20/16
What did you make of last night speeches? Do you think the Trump's will become a political dynasty if Donald Trump wins come November?
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Poor, Not Rich, Getting Richer
Guess what - the poor aren't getting poorer. The rich aren't getting richer. Income disparity is not one of our great problems.
David Brooks: Family Breakdown Means Income Inequality
David Brooks says income disparity is going to increase if breakdown of the family is not reversed ..... of that are so powerful that it means thirty years from now inequality will be worse than it is right now. The achievement gap will
Langone on Jobs: You Need to be Able to Count
Ken Langone, who co-founded Home Depot, assesses the Occupy movement and the dangers of economic inequality . Stop bitching about where you are, do something about it... I define them as babies in adult bodies. I don't think they know what they want to be when they grow up.
On Day One
less his specific brief against CNBC’s cheerleading for bad stocks than his larger indictment of the gaping economic inequality that defined the bubble. As Stewart said, there were “two markets” — the long-term market that Americans earnestly
that Bush dangerously weakened America's position in the world and rushed to the aid of the rich and powerful as income inequality worsened. That is twaddle. Conservatives--okay, not all of them--have only been a little bit kinder. They