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THE ONE PERCENT
The Umpire Changes the Rules
Edward A. Purcell Jr.
Will we finally see the umpire that the Chief Justice promised us? Or will he continue to move the foul lines and alter the strike zone to favor the rich and the powerful? Americans should keep their eyes on the Court.
Former Bush Adviser Defends The 1 Percent
Billionaires and the IPhone 5 -- Not Made in Beijing
John Wagner Givens
Scholar of Chinese Politics, Law, and Society
The story of how China's political elites have been able to leverage their power to make a quick RMB is alluring, but it is also important to keep this in perspective and remember that most of China's richest owe their success to their distance from, rather than their connections in, Beijing.
Aid Transparency: Will Obama and Romney Walk the Walk?
Chairman of he US Advisory Council for Publish What You Fund a...
In an era when people empowered by technology demand transparency and accountability from public institutions, foreign assistance must keep pace with trends toward greater openness and participation.
The 47 Percent Includes About 3,000 Millionaires
Managing Editor, Business and Tech, The Huffington Post
In that crowd of wealthy donors at Marc Leder's Boca Raton sex palace listening to Mitt Romney blast Americans who don't pay income taxes, there were probably a few people who didn't pay income taxes.
PHOTOS: How The 1% Travel
The Most Expensive Apartment In The USA
What The 1 Percent Eats At The Ballpark
The Daily Meal
All things food and drink
In many stadiums, luxury suite fare is more varied than ever, from sushi bars to Mediterranean food for the true gourmet.
Democracy Improves Lives in China -- and Here, Too
Fellow, Campaign for America's Future
Where democracy is weak, so is the economy for regular people. And when regular people are not doing well there isn't much of a "market." Democracy is the only economics that works.
The Making of the American 99%
Occupy Wall Street could not have happened if large swaths of the 99% had not begun to discover some common interests, or at least to put aside some of the divisions among themselves.
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