income inequality

$500 Million ‘The One’ in Los Angeles is The Latest Illustration of The Problem

By Jon Anderson / March 27, 2018 / 6 Comments

Cambridge Analytica-Facebook, Mossack Fonseca’s Panama Papers, Saudi Arabia’s corruption crackdown, and the lesser known, but equally telling Paradise Papers, all have one thing in common – the exposure of a global system rigged against the 99.999 percent of us little people. In case you missed these exposures, all occurring in the past 12 months, private […]

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In Tackling Homelessness, Jon Anderson Proposes Housing First, Jobs After

By Jon Anderson / August 17, 2016 / 4 Comments

Day by day, many Dallasites inch closer to a financial abyss.  Sometimes it’s self-inflicted, but oftentimes it’s not.  Many who find themselves without a roof simply had a series of misfortunes that were beyond their means or ability to handle. If anyone doubts this, the statistics on the numbers of people who work full time […]

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