Conservatives are always going on about crowd out, and I'm not saying it's impossible or never happens. I am saying it's really hard to find in the data and I'd therefore be extremely wary of those who claim it's a big deal.
If you expect the government to somehow guarantee that you'll have a better life than your parents, own a home or be promoted to vice president of a giant corporation, that is more fantasy than a dream.
There is a body of empirical, historical evidence that proves clearly that tax cuts for the rich not only do nothing to spur economic growth -- they actually do substantial damage to the prospects for economic growth.
Household income for the average working family has continued to fall, but men, Latinos and those without a college education have experienced an especially sharp deceleration of wage growth since the recession