The rich get richer and everybody else suffers. The tax code must be radically revised so the top 1% pay the same tax as their secretaries. If capital were taxed at the same rate as labor, we'd have hundreds of billions more in the treasury. Prof. Piketty7 explains that the rigged system has continued for centuries.
In his new book "Political Myths and Elite Misnathropy," professor Schui explains the myth of the achiever, the myth of state indebtedness, the myths of competition and the market and the myth of market-conforming democracy
The GE Loophole isn't just unfair to small businesses; it's a burden to us all. If the loophole is renewed, it will cost $62 billion over the next decade. That's money we won't have to fix roads, build schools, or find medical cures—the kinds of investments that strengthen our communities and boost small business.