American Dream Doesn’t Add Up

Two Schools of Thought

Simply put, sometimes the American Dream seems very black and white.

According to a new study by economists at the University of California, Berkley, the current income inequality between the have’s and have not’s has never been starker, hitting record levels.

It’s easy to understand if you do the math.

We Profit

vintage illustration 1940s classroom teacher childrenOld school Democrats and the 99%

They Profit

Vintage illustration school boy 1940s

New school Republicans and the 1%.

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