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In case you missed it, Politico has a remarkable, if not terribly surprising story about Art Pope’s buddies, the Koch brothers. Here’s the opening:

“An Arlington, Va.-based conservative group, whose existence until now was unknown to almost everyone in politics, raised and spent $250 million in 2012 to shape political and policy debate nationwide. Read More

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At the same time that U.S. restaurant workers attempt to get by on the obsolete base wage of $2.13/hour (see the post below), the nation’s elite caste of imperial CEO’s and silver spooners gets richer and ever-more selfish.

Happily, some good guy groups have taken to documenting the excesses of the one-percenters in highly readable fashion.

Here is one such effort worth your time from the Institute for Policy Studies – It’s called Too Much: An online of excess and inequality. Read it and weep for your country.

 

 

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Greg Sargent at The Plum Line reports some new and, hopefully, energizing poll results for progressives from Pew Research.

Here’s the lead from the post:

“Pew Research has just released the most detailed polling I’ve seen yet on Occupy Wall Street, economic fairness, rising inequality, and the lack of Wall Street accountability. If these numbers don’t put an end to the nonsense about how Dems risk alienating the “middle of the country” by embracing a populist “class warfare” message, nothing will…”

Click here to read the entire post.