Tax the rich? Democrats’ plans to make the wealthy pay a little more will barely dent America’s long slide from progressive taxation.
Years from now, we’ll be asked to define the great bitcoin crash of 2021. The one started by a rich man’s attempt to be funny, one that devalued something based on an internet meme.
In such divided times, I feel we need a dose of good news. Over in Holland, one city has turned bus stops into bee stops, and one local institution is changing the definition of ethical banking.
The concept of ethical fashion is now in vogue, but for the unaware, there are some myths that require immediate busting.
Verónica Pamoukaghlián reads and compares two important books about the world of finance and corporate cover-ups and discovers disturbing parallels.
Homer Simpson, the idol of the median masses, has held over 150 jobs. So, how much money has he earned in those positions? Vox has a S-M-R-T analysis.
Travis Laurence Naught calls out the advantages and exclusivity of credit cards and club cards for what they’re really worth … another means to put you further into debt, financially and spiritually.