From the Washington Post ...
I also want to put these up again and make sure everyone reads / listens.
It’s a challenge to describe an intangible like “income inequality” or “disparate concentration of wealth”, which are such non-concrete phrases as well as complicated concepts, in terms where people can really understand what it means to their own personal household’s and children’s bottom line and their personal future – and then they don’t understand “Why are you so upset?” or even “Why should I care?” – but this is as succinctly put as I’ve ever seen it.
Probably won’t even take five minutes – but if you read it it’s much more clear exactly what’s at stake.
And all of this — instead of the actresses that put up the mainstream media’s shiny headline (even at Jez and *sigh* Splinter, the headlines are not about this guy), this focuses on the Big Money Man. The Silicon Valley / Alley guru type, who promises so many “common” people a benevolent future and at the end of the day is just as shady as the rest of them, with the ability and willingness to game the system for his own dynasty even harder than most of the rest of them.
The rest of his story
And some of ours