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Prof. Reich Earns $240K to Teach 'Anti-Greed' Course Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Aug 6, 2014, 09:35 PM

Lexus Liberal, Professor Robert Reich of the University of California at Berkeley is only required to teach one course on the so-called "evils of income inequality," but he will earn over $240,000 for that task.

Fox News reports that, "Labor Secretary-turned-college professor Robert Reich’s latest lectures on income inequality don't square with his $240,000 salary for teaching just one class, economists tell"

Prof. Reich is quoted as saying that, "The moral crisis of our age has nothing to do with gay marriage or abortion; it’s insider trading, obscene CEO pay, wage theft from ordinary workers, Wall Street’s continued gambling addiction, corporate payoffs to friendly politicians, and the billionaire takeover of our democracy."

According to Fox News, "Reich, who served in the Clinton White House and is now a professor of public policy at the University of California at Berkeley, took on the topic of “Work and Worth” in an Aug. 2 post on his blog. In it, he lamented that there is “little or no relationship” between what someone is paid and their actual worth to society, and he wrapped up his post by calling for student loans to be forgiven for graduates in fields like social work, nursing and teaching."

Prof. Reich had boasted of dating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton when they both studied at Yale University together.

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