United Serfdom of America: DC Gets Rich, The Rest Not So Much

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U.S. of A: the United Serfdom of America.  The Census Bureau’s American Community Survey highlights a poignant breakdown of class strata in this country: The typical D.C. household income rose 23.3% between 2000 and 2012; while the average across the U.S. dropped 6.6%.  The American dream has morphed into a voter(serf)/politician(master) reality that threatens to ruin US all.  On the bright side, the new iPhone looks great and you never bought a baseball team for $100 million, only to never see them play in person.

Links

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-> Seattle Mariners owner Hiroshi Yamauchi dies at 85, never actually attended a game

-> Apple Chiefs Discuss Strategy, Market Share—and the New iPhones

-> Yen Drops to 3 1/2-Year Low Against Euro; Dollar Declines

Top Photo: UniversidadFranciscoMarroquin via Flickr

 

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