It seems that, in this election year, we're all obsessed about the 1 percent.
Today, I would like to discuss the 2 percent. We must decide what to do about them, before it's too late -- both for them and for us.
I am in possession of a devastating piece of research commissioned by a company called Mancx.
This is not an organization dedicated to people who come from Manchester, England, and talk with accents derived from a depressed power drill.
Instead, this is a business question-and-answer site where real people can actually buy and sell information, which … Read more