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Control of the rental-home industry by Wall Street began during the Great Recession, when many families lost their homes and had to move into rentals. As the foreclosure crisis deepened, Wall Street began snatching up homes for pennies on the dollar, and now real estate is the third-busiest industry for mergers in America.

Source: Perspectives: WSJ — Blackstone, Starwood to Merge Rental-Home Businesses in Bet to be America’s Biggest Home Landlord

 

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Pope Francis, an outspoken champion of science and technology, gave his own TED talk Tuesday night, speaking from the Vatican with a three-part message calling for a “revolution of tenderness” and warning those in power to act responsibly or “your power will ruin you.”

Source: USA Today: Pope Francis warns in TED talk: ‘Power can ruin you’

 

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We need to reject Capitalism, Conservatism, Libertarianism, Oligarchy, and the Republican Party, and start working for the betterment of our society.

Source: Perspectives: Newsweek: BERNIE SANDERS STILL WANTS A REVOLUTION

 

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How California’s pay-to-stay jails create a two-tiered justice system.

Source: Afraid of Jail? Buy an Upgrade

 

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Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, and Xi Jinping are at the epicenters of a new global oligarchy that’s not just driving up prices of real estate in New York, London, San Francisco, and Vancouver but also entrenching itself politically around the world.

Source: New York Times: Chinese Lawmakers’ Wallets Have Grown Along With Xi’s Power

 

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Black Communities Cannot Fix Their Own Problems When the Rest of Us Are Part of the Problem

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Automated systems are becoming more prevalent and capable of doing more things. These systems have and will continue to change the way we produce products, how we provide services, and how they are distributed. Eventually to a world without work or need for money.

Read more here: A Future without Work and Money, the End of Capitalism and Inequality

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