Thank Neoliberalism: Middle Class No Longer The Majority In America
As inequality gradually worsened there have been attempts to redefine the middle class or deny its imminent destruction. But now there can be little doubt.
New York Times’ Illinois Class Politics Coverage Misses Word ‘Class’
Illinois is being taken over by a plutocratic elite, but somehow The New York Times coverage of the state’s top 1% doesn’t mention ‘class’ a single time.
Less Than 400 Families Contribute Most Of 2016 Presidential Funds
How much longer can America’s plutocracy be denied? A recent report by The New York Times reveals that 158 of the richest families are now providing a “financial check on demographic forces” that are moving the country in a more progressive direction by contributing nearly half of all early money
Your Facebook Friends Could Cost You A Loan
Welcome to the age of the social media credit check. On July 22nd, Facebook filed a new patent for a product the company could sell to creditors to analyze someone’s creditworthiness based on their social network.