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Sotomayor Expresses Concern Over Wealth Disparity in U.S.

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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor voiced concern Thursday night about widespread income inequality in America, which she said could trigger “the unrest other countries have.”

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  • Ravi Batra

    Justice Sonia Sotomayor is absolutely correct about the wealth split - two trillion dollars of TARP monies taken from Main Street for Wall Street, because Wall Street wasn‘t making as much money after they caused a global meltdown in 2008 - behold, the return of the Great Gatsby era by 2020.

    The digitally connected young people seem to ask of their governments to honor Lincoln‘s promise made at Gettysburg: a government of, by and for the people...in face of rampant fraud, waste and abuse along with corruption of systems.

    We need a new GI Bill to re-educate America as we did after WWII - except not limited to veterans, but available to all citizens.

    Dated: 6/20/14
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    Ravi Batra

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