Maybe the once-ubiquitous label, Made in USA should be updated to: Made in USA — Again. Read more
Since 2001, high earners have enjoyed the best of all worlds. Since World War II, tax rates at the top of the income ladder have drifted down to the lowest levels. Incomes have stagnated for the middle class but continue to rise for the wealthy. Recent policies meant to combat the recession and the 2008 financial crisis have benefited the wealthy more than others.
“We have the oldest cars that are currently running in the country,” says Dick Wieczorek, head of BART’S procurement department.
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