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Chuck Collins is a senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies where he directs the Program on Inequality and the Common Good (www.extremeinequality.org).

He is author on a number of books about economic inequality and fair taxation including Economic Apartheid in America (2005), Wealth and Our Commonwealth, with Bill Gates Sr. (2003) and the Moral Measure of the Economy (2007). He recently co-authored a comic book on the Economic Crisis (see www.economicmeltdownfunnies.org)

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Clueless CEOs at the Top The Wall Street Journal recently reported that "Populist Tone Rankles America's Executives."Apparently the CEOs and board members of big American companies are "increasingly frustrated" by the anti-business rhetoric of both parties, and concerned such sentiments might translate into meaningful public policy change after the election.
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Corporate America, Ground Your Jets Barbara Ehrenreich and Chuck Collins argue that private jet travel warms the earth, clogs the airspace, and costs the rest of us money. The blowback against corporate jets should at least encourage Congress to pass a luxury tax.