Of Thee I Sing 1776

Clarice Feldman
An old friend and great lawyer, Stephen Porter , has co-founded a new blog, "Of Thee I Sing", and American Thinker readers might find it worth reading. Here's a sample from the first essay,The New Ruling Class:
In recent years, the trend has been increasingly to bestow leadership positions to what we refer to as a new ruling class, comprised of people who have never held a private sector job, have never personally invested in job creating activities, who know nothing of risk-taking, who are largely ignorant of the daily challenges that businesses small and large have to face and who, in fact, see private for-profit business as evil and profits as ill gotten gains.  It is difficult not to see their resemblance to the old Soviet nomenclatura whose bureaucratic power and patronage placed them in the upper echelons of society.

An old friend and great lawyer, Stephen Porter , has co-founded a new blog, "Of Thee I Sing", and American Thinker readers might find it worth reading. Here's a sample from the first essay,The New Ruling Class:
In recent years, the trend has been increasingly to bestow leadership positions to what we refer to as a new ruling class, comprised of people who have never held a private sector job, have never personally invested in job creating activities, who know nothing of risk-taking, who are largely ignorant of the daily challenges that businesses small and large have to face and who, in fact, see private for-profit business as evil and profits as ill gotten gains.  It is difficult not to see their resemblance to the old Soviet nomenclatura whose bureaucratic power and patronage placed them in the upper echelons of society.