Today the issue of economic justice is among the most polarizing and provocative we have. Watching the arguments for and against is often like bloodsport. Is the level of inequality an accurate measure of a country's success? Are bankers or socialists the enemy?
While perusing the website of The Atlantic (to which I subscribe) I noticed that one of the top ten posts was on potential government regulation...not of firearms, which is the most contentious topic in American politics, but of caffeine.