People at the bottom of the income distribution aren’t poor because people at the top are rich.
Some of us are making a lot of money because we’re at that stage of life—others of us aren’t.
Wealth is often earned in ways that actually benefit others.
After peaking in 2006, the share of the one per cent has steadily declined from 13.7 per cent to 11.6 per cent in 2014.
Child poverty rate has actually dropped by a third since 1986.
Consumption inequality increased by a paltry 3.4 per cent from 1969 to 2009.