In the 1950s, corporate taxes made up nearly 30% of all U.S. taxpayer revenue. Now it's 6%. When the rich pay less in taxes, some people say "good for them." But it just means you'll pay more to make up the difference.
Paradigm shifts: 1910s - Flight 1930s - Antibiotics 1950s - Space 1970s - PCs 1980s - Internet 1990s - Genomics 2000s - Smartphones 2010s - Energy 2020s - Age reversal
This week the Parliamentary Ombudsman ruled that 1950s-born women weren't properly informed of the rise in the state pension age. It's a huge vindication of Waspi campaigners, who've long argued that their pensions were robbed from them. These women are owed fair compensation. pic.twitter.com/VO647lvU21
CHARLES BUKOWSKI: help. I need therapy 1950s THERAPIST: alright man here is a suitcase of benzodizapines. also I’m gonna wire your nuts to a car battery