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Snortin’ Mammon

Do you think we’d see the light if sunshine cost the wealthy something or would we live in blackest night outside the gate and out of sight? “Mo money! Mo money!” the chant heard from within a choir sings the … Continue reading

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The 400

Grand Duchess Olga and her husband, Prince Peter – 1901 Well Forbes magazine published it’s list of the 400 richest Americans this week And yes, as you suspect, they had another good year. And yes, you and I are not … Continue reading

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Snortin’ Mammon

Do you think we’d see the light if sunshine cost the wealthy something or would we live in blackest night outside the gate and out of sight? “Mo money! Mo money!” the chant heard from within a choir sings the … Continue reading

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Time is Money

If time was money millions would die so that the few could live forever. They will pay you just minutes and charge you in hours raising prices till you run out of time. The rich will own the centuries cleaning … Continue reading

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What Capitalists Did – Lest We Forget

While the Vanderbilt ladies were vying for the title of Best Hostess in Newport, this is what the captains of industry were doing to the rest of us.   Lest we forget. Child Labor in the Textile Mills. The Lawrence textile strike was … Continue reading

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