The U.S. is better at subsidizing wealthy people than low-income people.
Provided, of course, today’s PPC attacks the bipartisan disease.
There seems to be no corporate recognition of the shameful act of taking decades of societal largesse and then doing everything possible to avoid paying for any of it.
The rest of America has been left behind, but their voices are getting louder.
It's not hard to envision the benefits in work opportunities, stress reduction, child care, entrepreneurial activity, and artistic pursuits for American households with an...