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Christine Duhaime Dec 31
Most powerful person in the world, Xi Jinping, gives a New Years address, promising to reduce .
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Tracy@cds Nov 28
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🍞🌹 Dec 15
Someone needs to do a similar video for the fragile egos who are so bothered by discussion about class privilege
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Andrew Jarvis .life 21h
The only minority destroying America is the rich ✊
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Damnnutznow Jan 18
Replying to @JasonHalle
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domnogin Jan 16
, from the , because why should any adult resident, any citizen, make under $30K a year relying on one forty-hour job? $8.10 an hour is awful; are worse, as is the failure to reward .
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ultrathree2012@gmail Jan 16
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Liz Miller Jan 11
In 2018, "Income equality is not expected to improve across 69 out of 85 major economies":
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mikee dee Jan 8
Replying to @SenSanders
and sadly, the advent of launched the demise of the and spawned the greatest since plundered the and the families of the
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TomásIsAinmDom Jan 7
Earlier on I actually heard them discuss the in , how do these clowns keep a straight face ? ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️
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Tersa Jan 6
Replying to @funder
Dismal times ahead for job growth. The agonizing death of the American Dream.
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Infornography Jan 4
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Puttcarp Jan 2
Chicago police commonly confiscate and throw away the tents of the .81
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Christine Duhaime Jan 2
I guess Canada isn't looking after the Middle Class after all, as CEO compensation sky rockets and grows.
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Matthieu Escande Dec 31
The latest Le Journal des avocats! Thanks to
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Infornography Dec 29
Replying to @Pontifex
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Infornography Dec 29
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Infornography Dec 27
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Puttcarp Dec 27
Replying to @Puttcarp
Huge Human Inequality Study Hints Revolution is in Store for U.S. = .81, was .59 before Rome collapsed.
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Puttcarp Dec 23
Replying to @philosophrob
US .81 according to a new WSU study. Ancient Rome GINI Coeffiecient was .59 before collapse. The top 1% have taken too much. Somethings Gotta Give!
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