ampersand wrote:we have run into a grave danger
ampersand wrote:this is the biggest elephant in the Occupy Movement room: how do you complain to the Old about the Old who used that very strategy to success when they were young?
There are certain elements that I do find interesting like how large the average salary gap has gotten between the very old and the very young.
And will that generation benefit when the Boomers are kicking the bucket as a generation in 2036, when Social Security is forecasts to run out of money?
And the biggest question I have about the article: if this is a constant problem that has been there since "the 1930's", is it really a problem or just a way to compensate all the boons that the young have by being young?
Frédéric Bastiat wrote:And now that the legislators and do-gooders have so futilely inflicted so many systems upon society, may they finally end where they should have begun: May they reject all systems, and try liberty; for liberty is an acknowledgment of faith in God and His works.
Count Axel Oxenstierna wrote:Dost thou not know, my son, with how little wisdom the world is governed?
Granted, I live in a desert where it's already in the 80s, but doesn't April count as spring already? If the Occupy movement were going to resume this spring, wouldn't it be doing so already?ampersand wrote:[...] and where this might leave the Occupy movement when it might resume this spring.
collegestudent22 wrote:Blame the minimum wage for that. It drives up youth unemployment (generally 3x the average rate) and keeps young workers from finding jobs to start off. It effectively removes the lowest rungs from the ladder of success.
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