Sunday, November 10, 2013

Bloomberg, Champion of the Poor -

A response to Bloomberg, Champion of the Poor -
...but pushing the same ideas as always, that the poor are poor because they behave in flawed ways. Poverty is not necessarily an outgrowth of bad behavior, but is a result of how society directs its resources. It is not surprising that the program is generally worthless, since it is simply a better marketed, upscale version of welfare reform.

Reducing inequality, thereby improving the welfare of most American, especially the poor, requires increases taxes on the wealthy, and actually to very high levels. That combined with programs like these will raise the quality of life for all Americans.
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NY Times Opinion by Devorah Baum: Jewishness

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