The wealth gap between the top 1% and the bottom 99% in the U.S. is as wide as it's been in nearly 100 years, a new study finds. between 1993 and 2012, the real incomes of the 1% grew 86.1%, while those of the 99% grew 6.6%, according to the study, based on Internal Revenue Service statistics examined by economists at UC Berkeley, the Paris School of Economics and Oxford University.
How do we shrink the gap between the wealthy and poor?
Is Income inequality an unavoidable reality....or is it possible to have income equality?
Are tax hikes and more entitlements to spread the wealth around good solutions?
How do we create opportunities and ensure a reasonable standard of living for the bottom 20 percent?
Should Market forces be shaped, and not left as “forces"?
Do solutions like minimum wage and reforming the tax code hurt or help?
Come share your thoughts! We will fight through the fog of the main stream media and discuss the real problems and find real solutions for this growing problem.