Money, Politics, Power, Plutocracy

The great majority of people haven’t shared equitably in the nation’s wealth creation over the past few decades. The rich and super rich have gained increasingly greater political power, which has enabled them to bring about the more regressive tax and subsidy policy that is primarily responsible for the feeling of economic oppression many are experiencing. It’s the rich and especially the superrich who are enjoying an entire pride of lions’ share of the vigorous economy and booming stock market. If elected, Trump and his allies won’t reverse course. They will be drill-masters, calling out the cadence, stepping up the pace on the march to plutocracy.