By John Fleming
The Ten Foremost Money-Hungry Opportunists
The Ten Most Despised Public Figures
(the late) William Paley
The Ten Most Likeable Celebrities
(the late) Johnny Carson
The Ten Celebrities Most Full of Themselves
The Ten Most Ignored Issues in the American Media
Is the distribution of the wealth just?
Should there be criticism of greed?
Why not criticize corporate waste and bureaucracy?
Should corporations be democratic?
Should the idle rich go to work?
Should the terms "class," "social class," and "leisure class" remain taboo?
Is the unwritten rule fair which says no radicals allowed in politics, the university faculty, and white collar employment?
Is the tax burden fairly distributed among rich and poor?
Should corporations be allowed to censor the news?
If the private sector is more efficient than the public sector, why is the military not privatized?
John Fleming is author of the book Word Power, available through Amazon.com
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