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Archive of posts published in the tag: War on the wealthy

Redistribution of the Other Wealth

From the Pittsburgh Tribune Review Donald Boudreaux writes Questions for redistribution’s proponents Excerpts: • Do you teach your children to envy what other children have? Do you encourage your children to form gangs with their playmates to “redistribute” toys away

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A Ruthless Concentration of Power

another home run from The Sultan Knish, Daniel Greenfield: Government Power is an Economic Inequality Excerpts: The liberal defenders of government power attack concentrations of wealth, but in the true concentration of wealth is not found in the hands of

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Why They Sell The Robb Report At Walmart

from Kevin Williamson in National Review , The Working Rich: Wealth transfers — inheritances and gifts combined — constitute a small part of the holdings of the rich, whether you define “rich” in terms of income or net worth. For

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Inequality in Power, Not Money, is the Real Threat

I have posted several article seeking better information about the myths commonly accepted about the gaps in income and wealth distributions.  Some of this analysis in seen here, here, here, here, here,  here, and here. Daniel Greenfield in his excellent

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Capital and Labor

Walter Williams writes in Investor Business Daily Who Pays for Corporate Taxes 11/9/11. Excerpt: The largest burden of corporate taxes is borne by workers. We discover that by asking a simple question, such as: Which workers on a road construction

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