"data show that the top 1 percent of the population received 11.4 percent of national after-tax income in 2002, points out Isaac Shapiro of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in a new study. That's up from a 7.5 percent share in 1979. By contrast, the middle fifth of the population saw its share of national after-tax income fall over that same period of time, from 16.5 to 15.8."
Whatever happened to EARNED.
Such Marxist, communist, socialist bias by the author.
posted on 06/14/2005 3:50:30 PM PDT
"Radical left-wing organization using inherently biased methodology arrives at predictable results. Film at 11".
Marxist, communist, socialist
Not including liberal and RINO?
posted on 06/14/2005 4:45:51 PM PDT
(Some may think I am a methodist)
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