Imagine picking up a newspaper, or scrolling through your favorite internet news source, and coming across articles with headlines such as “How to Burglarize Your Neighbor’s Home,” “How to Undermine Public Education for America’s Children,” or “How to Destroy Sidewalks and Streets and Sabotage Other Infrastructure.”
The Panama Papers reveal how the elite work against us. If our cry should not be "off with their heads!" it should at least be "off to the IRS!"
If anything is likely to push people into the arms of the Democratic Party, it is the revelations contained in the already infamous Panama Papers, a leak from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca that is so consequential it makes 2010’s Wikileaks look like child’s play. And that is forgetting for a moment about the sheer volume of information released – 11.5 million documents and 2.6 terabytes of data, or 1,500 times the size of the Wikileaks trove. These records cover a 40-year span.
In the end, it isn't the 1 percent who are leaving the United States, but their money.
It is all too easy to find corporate malfeasance. It is the basis of their nasty reputations, and the reason they need to be regulated.