Who's the Real Party of the Rich?

Source: American Thinker - View Original Article
Published: Jun 29, 2020
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64% Liberal


Bias Score Calculation:

64% Positive Sentiment + Policies: The Green New Deal = 64% Liberal
36% Negative Sentiment + Policies: The Green New Deal = 36% Conservative


Policies:

The Green New Deal

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99% "Unemployment by race compiled by 24/7 Wall Street."
88% "Harriot speculated that the racial disparities in the North are a result of northerners who politely tuck their racism in their pockets while discriminating in their hiring decisions and school district choices."
87% "Antonio Chaves teaches biology at a local community college."
80% ": adults with college degrees compiled by the US Census."
78% "This lack of connectedness has grown in tandem with government expansion to generate a de facto ruling class that is profoundly out of touch with small-town America."
70% "These amount to a social canon of judgments about good and evil, complete with secular sacred history, sins (against minorities and the environment), and saints."
69% "I think the main causes of racial inequality in blue states are pride and privilege -- not pride or privilege based on race, but the self-congratulatory pride that comes with voting for the party that pays more lip service to minorities and the privilege of being sheltered from the adverse consequences of the policies you support."
58% "In the NYT opinion piece The Pathway to Prosperity is Blue, college professors Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson make a case for the blue state model by citing data on education, standard of living, and life expectancy."
56% "* GPA scores are based on the following numerical equivalents:"
50% "People in the managerial class are unaware of these consequences because they rely on bogus studies legitimized by a clerisy of media columnists and college professors who never met a big government program they did not like."
-51% "Table 4: Business friendliness and unemployment gap between white and black Table 4:"
-63% "This ranking excludes Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming, and Vermont because they were scored by Thumbtack less than three times from 2012 to 2016."
-73% "* Based on a one-tailed T-test the difference is significant at P = 0.005."
-89% "It is on a trajectory to Babel, a power-hungry metropolis founded upon the utopian delusion that human expertise could bring Heaven to Earth."
-90% "* Based on a one-tailed T-test the difference is significant at P = 0.00001."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

99% : This is why today's mainstream Democrats are backed by the most powerful corporate forces in post-industrial society.
99% : Unemployment by race compiled by 24/7 Wall Street.
97% : His interest in economic and social issues stems from his experience teaching environmental science.
95% : Enjoy your new overlords.
94% : This passage from "America's Ruling Class" by Angelo Codevilla sums up the nature of this groupthink: Today's ruling class, from Boston to San Diego, was formed by an educational system that exposed them to the same ideas and gave them remarkably uniform guidance, as well as tastes and habits.
91% : Root columnist Michael Harriot compared racial disparities between North and South and concluded that black-white disparities for employment, education, criminal justice, and political participation are on average smaller in the South.
88% : Harriot speculated that the racial disparities in the North are a result of northerners who "politely tuck their racism in their pockets" while discriminating in their hiring decisions and school district choices.
87% : Antonio Chaves teaches biology at a local community college.
86% : The states highlighted in blue are among the ten most progressive.
83% : According to Codevilla, these values are shared by establishment politicians from both parties, but only the modern Democrat Party openly embraces them.
80% : : adults with college degrees compiled by the US Census.
78% : This lack of connectedness has grown in tandem with government expansion to generate a de facto ruling class that is profoundly out of touch with small-town America.
77% : How do we shed light on the party of the ruling class?
76% : This region's world-class universities and cultural amenities play a major role in their snob appeal, but the oppressive environment for small business, and the ongoing losses of working-class residents with concurrent gains in more affluent professionals demonstrates that these blue states have been gentrifying at the expense of very people Democrats claim to care about the most.
73% : Hacker and Pierson's shallow analysis reminds us why America's most prestigious universities are a laughingstock to people living in the real world.
72% : His older articles with graphs and images are available here.
72% : Democratic advantage scored by Gallup in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.
71% : It is almost common knowledge that the northeast states have the highest percentages of adults with college degrees (Table 5).
71% : If you look to Washington as a panacea for the ills of society, you may get your way, because despotism is the path of least resistance.
70% : These amount to a social canon of judgments about good and evil, complete with secular sacred history, sins (against minorities and the environment), and saints.
69% : Charles Murray's Coming Apart documents the growing alienation among adults with differing levels of formal education.
69% : Where can we reliably compare and contrast the effects of Democrat and Republican policies on common Americans?
69% : I think the main causes of racial inequality in blue states are pride and privilege -- not pride or privilege based on race, but the self-congratulatory pride that comes with voting for the party that pays more lip service to minorities and the privilege of being sheltered from the adverse consequences of the policies you support.
68% : Small business friendliness scored by Thumbtack.
68% : Table 5: Political affiliation and percent of adults with college degrees Table 5
67% : They may not grant your every wish, but they will stop those Bible-clinging "deplorables" from triggering your delicate sensibilities.
66% : and again you've had people who were experts who were advocating and passing policies that ordinary people looked at and said, "This is absolutely nuts."
66% : The states highlighted in red are among the ten most conservative.
64% : The unholy alliance between big government and big business became a permanent fixture of the political landscape during the New Deal, but thanks to the left's special relationship with the media and higher education, few Democrat voters are aware of this development.
62% : Hacker and Pierson insist that the key drivers of growth are not low taxes or lax regulations, but "science, education, and innovation.
58% : In the NYT opinion piece "The Pathway to Prosperity is Blue," college professors Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson make a case for the blue state model by citing data on education, standard of living, and life expectancy.
56% : * GPA scores are based on the following numerical equivalents:
52% : It is no paradox that the same political party that receives nearly all donations from big labor unions also drove away blue-collar jobs (Table 2).
50% : People in the managerial class are unaware of these consequences because they rely on bogus studies legitimized by a clerisy of media columnists and college professors who never met a big government program they did not like.
49% : Another problem with the experts -- and I think that this gets to a lot of the visceral anger that people have -- is that the experts have been recommending policies for other people for which they do not have to bear the consequences.
49% : Table 4: Business friendliness and unemployment gap between white and black Table 4:
48% : The tight correlation between political affiliation and small business friendliness presented in Table 1 and Graphs 1 and 2 torches any reasoned case for Democrats representing ordinary Americans.
48% : " In other words, the benighted plebs who do not contribute this highbrow economy need to put up and shut up while more qualified experts run their lives and their livelihoods.
47% : The owners of these businesses also tend to have an independent streak that does not sit well with many of the credentialed elites who regulate them.
47% : Though I am tempted to concur with Mr. Harriot, I do not blame these disparities on hidden racism.
44% : Small businesses are in a sense the "canary in the coal mine" because they lack the resources and social connections to reasonably navigate burdensome regulations.
42% : In this interview, Murray explains how some Americans are chafing under this recent development: [A]gain
42% : America is not slouching toward Gomorrah.
37% : This ranking excludes Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming, and Vermont because they were scored by Thumbtack less than three times from 2012 to 2016.
37% : This ranking excludes Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming, and Vermont because they were scored by Thumbtack less than three times from 2012 to 2016.
31% : Both of these reinforce a smug complacency that discourages these holier-than-thou progressives from exploring facts outside their echo chamber.
31% : * Based on a one-tailed T-test the difference is significant at P = 0.02
27% : To provide more realistic data on black communities, states where African-Americans make up less than 5% of the state population are excluded from the average.
27% : * Based on a one-tailed T-test the difference is significant at P = 0.005.
27% : * Based on a one-tailed T-test the difference is significant at P = 0.005.
22% : Since Washington, D.C. is a moral swamp where Deep State bureaucrats use all means at their disposal to destroy all adversaries to the ruling class, more can be learned at the state level.
21% : This is why black Americans are fleeing in droves from the Northeast and West coasts and settling in Southern states with right to work legislation.
11% : It is on a trajectory to Babel, a power-hungry metropolis founded upon the utopian delusion that human expertise could bring Heaven to Earth.
10% : This job loss had a bigger impact on minorities who disproportionately relied on them (Tables 3 and 4).
10% : * Based on a one-tailed T-test the difference is significant at P = 0.00001.
10% : * Based on a one-tailed T-test the difference is significant at P = 0.00001.
5% : A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, F = 0, A+ = 4.3, A- = 3.7, etc.
4% : This elitism might explain why eight of the states highlighted in blue were ranked among the worst for widening pay disparities.

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