The American Dream Is History

Not that I’d expect to see bread riots in front of the White House, but the costs of medical insurance press higher, year after year, consuming at least $15,000 out of a salaried worker’s family income of $50,000. Something’s wrong in the country ...

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Realizing the American dream

My great grandfather, William Henry, as a young teenager, stowed away on a ship, escaping from his s***hole country: Ireland. As an illegal alien, he worked at jobs that most Americans didn’t want: a bootblack in the Union Army, a coal miner, and finally ...

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