Oligarchy vs Plutocracy - Oligarchy is derived from the Greek word ‘Oligarkhia’, which is translated to mean “rule or command by a few.” History indicates that rule by a few has led to tyranny and corruption, and more importantly, oppression. Although the above definition might suggest that an Oligarchy refers to control by a small group of wealthy people, it is not always the case. An Oligarchy simply means rule or governance by a privileged or favoured few.

What is the difference between Oligarchy and Plutocracy - Oligarchy is a government controlled by a small elite group; in plutocracy, it is the wealthy class.

Koch Bros.OWN the Republican Party... Puppets working for the Rich!

Koch OWN the Republican Party of Puppets They work for the Rich not the majority (main street America)!

fascism vs capitalism

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In theory, capitalism works just fine. Same with fascism. The problem in this nation is that a few have taken capitalism to an unsubstainable extreme at the expense of millions of others and the corruption of the system

War's Inhumanity vs. Moral Necessity 8/29/16 - Susan's Personal Blog Do you believe in the necessity of war?

Truth be told. Not being proactive about intolerance is as bad as the being the intolerant.

Pres Obama political speech. Are Americans better off than 4 years ago? The Obama and Romney campaigns spar over the question on the eve of the Democratic convention. - http://www.PaulFDavis.com political adviser, political analyst, political consultant and foreign policy adviser (info@PaulFDavis.com) author of 'United States of Arrogance' and 'God vs. Religion'.

Pres Obama political speech. Are Americans better off than 4 years ago? The Obama and Romney campaigns spar over the question on the eve of the Democratic convention. - http://www.PaulFDavis.com political adviser, political analyst, political consultant and foreign policy adviser (info@PaulFDavis.com) author of 'United States of Arrogance' and 'God vs. Religion'.

North Dakota vs. Amy Goodman: Journalism Is Not a Crime

In an exclusive interview, Democracy Now's Amy Goodman says she's turning herself in to North Dakota authorities on Monday to face charges for covering the Standing Rock Sioux's struggle

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