Something Wrong With This Picture: UC Berkeley ‘Income Inequality’ Experts Are Among Wealthiest 2pc of Americans… Hillary Clinton Wore A $13,000 Jacket While Speaking About Income Inequality
Typical hypocritical limousine liberals.
Like all liberals, they believe the rules only apply to the peasants… and that they should be the ones making the rules.
These are the people teaching your kids how to be good little Social Justice Warriors (SJWs). Now if someone can please tell me what they make in retirement.
Also, if you’d like to see the salaries of Cal State employees paid by your taxes, check it out…
A new report from the California Policy Center has revealed that “income inequality” experts at the Univeristy of California at Berkeley earn more than $300,000 a year, placing them in the top 2% of all American earners.
Marc Joffe, the author of the report, contends that Berkely economists who are interested in lessening compensation inequities should consider taking a pay cut so that lower ranking university employees can receive raises.
“If UC Berkeley economists are really opposed to income inequality and are concerned about low-paid workers, they might consider sharing some of their compensation with the teaching assistants, graders, readers and administrative staff at the bottom of Cal’s income distribution,” Joffe argues.
Many have argued that academics believe that their compensation isn’t reflective of the value that they add to society. Likewise, they often believe that private sector executives are compensated far more than the value that they add to society. “I think there is an issue of jealousy that academics have toward business people. They think CEOs don’t need to make as much,” Joffe said, arguing that some academics believe their work
“Hillary Clinton Wore A $13,000 Jacket While Speaking About Income Inequality”
And it STILL looks like a burlap sack!
You too can dress like Hillary Clinton — if you have $200,000 to spare.
After she won the Democratic state primary in New York this April, the presidential candidate gave a speech about income inequality and job creation — all while wearing a $12,495 Giorgio Armani tweed jacket.
Clinton has been mocked about her outfits for years (remember the pantsuits?), but since she launched her presidential campaign, she has opted for high-end European labels and hired a team of “image experts” to help her out, a new report from the New York Post claims.