shrinking middle class

In watching aghast the incomprehensible ascendancy of Donald Trump, I am struck with a sense of déjà vu. Where else have I heard of a people, drowning in despair, who clutch for a life raft of false promises? And then it comes back to me.
America’s middle class is shrinking in every state in America.
To any of the 50 million Americans currently living in poverty, an annual household income of $400,000 probably sounds like
Median household income fell for the fifth straight year in 2012, the Census Bureau reported on Tuesday, to $51,017. That
Barack Obama says the recovery is underway, and all our economy needs is a little stimulus. Mitt Romney says what this country needs is a president with experience in creating jobs. The truth is that neither camp is admitting the truth.
The American dream may be more out of reach, but it's not impossible to achieve.
It must be nice to live in CNBC's world, the best of all possible worlds, where the glasses are always half-full and the rich get richer but the poor don't get poorer.
Without the restoration of middle class jobs for Americans, the lights will not go back on and support for education will continue to fade.
The national recession has had a suffocating impact on the middle class, with high rates of unemployment, home foreclosure
NPR reports, "I love what I do," says the 50-year-old mother of two in Marlborough, N.H. "I am a case manager to the core
In an interview with Yahoo Tech Ticker on Wednesday, Arianna said that a shrinking middle class is causing America to resemble