Income inequality has long been one of the liberals' favorite issues. So there is nothing surprising about its being pushed hard this election year.
It's presumed that big, greedy corporations are responsible for what is seen as wage injustice. But is the presumption true?
Liberals advocate many wonderful things. In fact, I suspect that most conservatives would prefer to live in the kind of world envisioned by liberals, rather than in the kind of world envisioned by conservatives.
The latest Current Population Survey, a joint venture between the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Census Bureau, showed 148 million “benefit takers” compared to the benefit providers — workers in the private sector — who number 86 million.
The "war on women" political slogan is in fact a war against common sense.
The IRS agency's lack of personnel and funding to collect the taxes owed is more than offset by taxpayers' sighs of relief.
A commission to solve the intractable problem of Los Angeles' decline recommended another commission to solve the intractable problem of underfunded pensions.
Contrary to the claim that “the rich” aren’t paying their “fair share” of taxes, the IRS says that about half of Americans — that is, the poor — pay no income tax.
Al Sharpton’s denials have just enough ring of truth about them that the media are accepting them at face value.
Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Texas) has proposed a bill to ensure that virtual currencies are treated as currency, rather than property, for tax purposes.