How to make it in America

When I was growing up, we had a lot of good things going on in the United States, but it was a very diverse country.

Today, that’s no longer true.

In fact, I feel like it’s become even more so.

I grew up in the Rust Belt and the South, and those areas are more diverse than they were a few years ago.

There’s more diversity in the South than there is in the West.

There are more people from different ethnic backgrounds in the Midwest than there are in the Northeast.

We have so many different communities and so many diverse flavors in the country, and it’s really become more diverse.

That’s a good thing, but the reality is that it’s also very hard for some people to make a living.

When you have that in the workforce, the barriers that are created for a lot people are that you’re not going to have enough money to support your family, and you’re going to be in a situation where you’re just working part-time.

But that’s really where the divide comes from.

In this country, we don’t have that gap anymore.

In the United Kingdom, there is a national minimum wage of £8.50 per hour.

In America, it’s higher.

In England, it is lower.

So, you’ve got the same wage in each country, but in the U.S. it’s £8 per hour, and in the UK it’s about £5.70 per hour in the summer and £5 per hour on the weekends.

That is a pretty stark difference, and we have the highest minimum wage in the world.

But you have a different situation here in the US.

We are the most unequal country in the industrialized world.

In other words, we have people that have no power, that have less wealth, that are living in poverty.

It’s not just a matter of being poor, it really is a matter for people who are working and have to support their families, and that’s what we’re talking about in the story.

But there’s also a lot more inequality in the workplace, and I’m going to tell you why.

The most important thing is that we have to have an economy that works for everyone.

That includes people at the bottom of the income scale, and also people at higher levels.

We can do better than this, but that doesn’t mean that we’re going get there overnight.

And so, what I would say is that there’s an economic case for doing something about inequality in this country.

There is, as you know, the case for raising the minimum wage, and there is also the case that the country needs to invest in infrastructure, to invest, and to invest again.

So the case is there.

The question is what’s going to happen in the economy, and what are the steps we need to take to address that?

The first thing that needs to happen is to address the root causes of inequality.

And, by the way, there are two.

There may be two, but they are the same.

One is the underlying problem.

That problem is that our society has become so polarized that people feel that they can’t talk to one another.

It really has nothing to do with their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age.

If you think about it, we all live in an unequal society, but we have different identities.

We all have different backgrounds, we’re all born in different places, we’ve all grown up in different circumstances, and yet, we feel as if we’re on different sides of the same fence.

And the reason is because of our upbringing.

The American Dream is not that simple.

And that is the root cause of all of the problems in our society.

The second thing that I would point out is that this is a really important issue that needs immediate attention.

And in fact, the issue that is getting more attention in this election cycle is inequality in terms of how it is distributed.

The wealthiest 1 percent of Americans now own about as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent of all Americans combined.

That means that, in terms the economic situation of all households in the American society, about 30 percent of the people have more wealth than they do income.

And if you combine that with the fact that we now have a country that has a huge wealth gap between the wealthiest 1 and the poorest 50 percent, the problem of inequality is just too big to ignore.

There really is no question that we need an economic strategy to solve this problem.

The fact is that the United Nations has been calling on us for decades to create an economy based on fairness, and the first thing we need is to create a new economy that is fair for everyone and is fair to all people.

But, I think it’s going be very hard to get to that in a very short period of time.

And one of the things that is very clear in the UN report is that what is needed is an economy where the rich and the poor are taxed