Tag Archive: Redistribution of wealth

At Least He’s Honest About It

Building on Alex’s post on income inequality, I note that Mathew Yglesias published this over at Vox. Yglesis advocates for raising the top marginal rate on salaries above $10 million to 90% and the inheritance tax of estates over $10 million to 90%. His argument is that the Laffer Curve is largely bunk and there is no evidence that raising incomes that high would seriously hurt the economy, at least if it were confined to … Read more

Can’t say I am surpised to find out that…

The Reuters is reporting that is sure is suspicious that analysis of the class warriors’ efforts indicate that the federal government has emerged as one of the most potent factors driving income inequality in the United States – especially in the nation’s capital:

In the town that launched the War on Poverty 48 years ago, the poor are getting poorer despite the government’s help. And the rich are getting richer because of it.

The

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