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   PoliticsThe Runaway Income and Wealth Inequality in America


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From: ryanaka3/29/2019 8:35:16 AM
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Women v. Men ...


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From: ryanaka4/8/2019 3:17:17 PM
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"Ray Dalio: Capitalism's Income Inequality Is National Emergency - Bloomberg"

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From: ryanaka4/10/2019 8:35:14 AM
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  • The typical household, amazingly, has a net worth 14 percent lower than the typical one did in 1984
  • The number of children living with only one parent or none has doubled since the 1970s (to 30 percent)
  • About eight million people have spent time behind bars at some point in their life, up from 1.5 million 40 years ago.
  • hard work gone unrewarded, and anxious, for your future and your children.
  • your family — or whole community — had known scant progress for decades.




nytimes.com

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From: ryanaka4/12/2019 12:39:58 PM
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Rep. Katie Porter Asks JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Why He Can't Pay Employees a Livable Wage

This rep asked a billionaire bank CEO to explain why he can’t find the money to pay his employees a livable wage

Posted by NowThis Politics on Thursday, April 11, 2019


Jamie Dimon:
"I don't know, I have to think about it.
I don't know, I have to think about it.
I don't know, I have to think about it.
I don't know, I have to think about it.
I don't know, I have to think about it.
I don't know, I have to think about it.
..."

Jamie Dimon had lots of opinions about everything when it comes to helping the top 0.01% and Donald Trump except for everyday American's income and living expenses, etc.

MADAFAKING Jamie Dimon.


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From: ryanaka5/24/2019 12:09:39 AM
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Low unemployment rate will reduce income inequality??? Not a chance!


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From: ryanaka6/2/2019 9:19:51 PM
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'Full employment' may be increasing economic inequality
businessinsider.com

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From: ryanaka6/2/2019 9:21:20 PM
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Unemployment Looks Like 2000 Again. But Wage Growth Doesn’t.
nytimes.com

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From: ryanaka6/26/2019 2:44:27 PM
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From: ryanaka6/26/2019 2:45:42 PM
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From: ryanaka7/9/2019 11:10:13 AM
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Workplace burnout

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