April 21, 2015
Why are Democrats talking about income inequality in the 7th year of Obama?
Did you catch Senator Bernie Sanders on the Fox Sunday Show? Or Governor Martin O'Malley on NPR? It's a bit strange, but they are talking about the state of the middle class and the nation's inability to create good-paying jobs. They say that the jobs are going overseas and that wages are under siege. They say all of these things in the seventh year of "hope and change" and after six years of a U.S. Senate Democrat majority (2009-15). Am I the only one who finds all of this a bit surprising? Of course, it's been tough for "income inequality" under President Obama, as we see in W. James Antle III's post: Early in the State of the Union address, Barack Obama asked, “Will we accept an economy where only a few of us do spectacularly well? Or will we commit ourselves to an economy that generates rising incomes and chances for everyone who makes the effort?” What he didn’t mention is that...(Read Full Post)