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Late Night Roundup: ‘Squirt-Up Economics’

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Late Night Roundup: ‘Squirt-Up Economics’


The Daily Show spotlighted the problem of growing inequality — between the millionaires, and the even more elite billionaires. And they also featured one oddly Patriotic Millionaire, who even wants to have economic policies that would lift up everyone else.

Larry Wilmore hosted a panel on the economic issues facing black women in America.

Jimmy Fallon hosted actor James Spader, who told the interesting story of how in the 1970s he was friends at school with John F. Kennedy Jr., and that Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis helped get him his first acting job.

Jimmy Kimmel presented a special message for the anti-vaccine movement — featuring doctors who couldn’t believe they even had to create this public service announcement.



  1. Dominick Vila February 27, 2015

    As fast as the number of billionaires is increasing, I would say millionaires are already the second tier of the top 2%. Needless to say, in the minds of every red blooded Republican, this confirms the need to do more to achieve equality at the top. As for the rest of us mere mortals, who cares about the plight of the 47% when there are so many other high priorities for our beloved leaders to focus on? Viva la plutocracia! Oops, I forgot non-English speakers are likely to have to wear symbols on their lapels before they board trains on a one-way trip South.

  2. ps0rjl February 27, 2015

    Oh the horror of it all! Will the millionaires now be the new takers in the eyes of the billionaires? We serfs are amused at this turn of events.

  3. Meredith Quill March 1, 2015

    George W. Bush helped cut the Federal deficit by 49% between 2005 and 2007.


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