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« on: Jun 16, 2018 09:36 pm »

Trump is taking us back to the dark ages and trying to restablish serfdom.

Did he get tax breaks and tax exemptions for losses? Of course we have no idea just how much he has taken advantage of us the people thru the government since he will not even release his tax records. The government most likely has made him rich thru tax losses.

But now he does not want others to have tax breaks for being educated and goin to college and he is trying to destroy health insurance. All programs to help the poor and needy he has cut and given his rich buddies the largest tax breaks in history. He lied about making the Mexican’s pay for a wall and now is asking the middle class and poor to pay for one. He is a hypocrite because he has exasperated population growth with all his exhorbant children who live a life of luxury at the expense of more needy people in this country. In short he trying to be a king and subjugating the common person to serfdom.
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« Reply #1 on: Jun 22, 2018 05:37 am »

The economy is booming. Some states have raised miinimum wages. However, even with recent wage growth for the lowest payed workers, there is still nowhere in the country where someone working a full-time
minimum-wage job can afford a modest two-bedroom apartment, according to an annual report released Wednesday by the National Low Income Housing coalition.

This only further shows the disfunctional nature of our government and the serfdom Trump and his buddies are implementing here while taking us out of the human rights council in the U.N.  We as a nation have a horrible human rights history and can’t stand the fact that in other nations every worker has a modest place to live.
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 12, 2018 03:35 am »

Americans Want to Believe Jobs Are the Solution to Poverty. They’re Not.


In recent decades, the nation’s tremendous economic growth has not led to broad social uplift. Economists call it the “productivity-pay gap” — the fact that over the last 40 years, the economy has expanded and corporate profits have risen, but real wages have remained flat for workers without a college education. Since 1973, American productivity has increased by 77 percent, while hourly pay has grown by only 12 percent. If the federal minimum wage tracked productivity, it would be more than $20 an hour, not today’s poverty wage of $7.25.
American workers are being shut out of the profits they are helping to generate. The decline of unions is a big reason. During the 20th century, inequality in America decreased when unionization increased, but economic transformations and political attacks have crippled organized labor, emboldening corporate interests and disempowering the rank and file. This imbalanced economy explains why America’s poverty rate has remained consistent over the past several decades, even as per capita welfare spending has increased. It’s not that safety-net programs don’t help; on the contrary, they lift millions of families above the poverty line each year. But one of the most effective antipoverty solutions is a decent-paying job, and those have become scarce for people like Vanessa. Today, 41.7 million laborers — nearly a third of the American work force — earn less than $12 an hour, and almost none of their employers offer health insurance.

Unemployment is down. But do the new jobs pay enough to live? - The New York Times


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