“ Because my country — our country — means more than my money. ”

Charlie Fink, former AOL executive



I don’t want to add to my personal net worth at the expense of my fellow Americans. I can pay more, I should pay more, and I reject the false concept that we wealthy Americans are the job creators who will leave the country with our money if we’re asked to pay our fair share. —Karen Stewart, Patriotic Millionaire and Angel Investor



Barnes & Noble workers have followed the example of their friends at Starbucks, REI, Apple, Amazon, and more by voting to unionize.

Workers at big-box chains around the country are waking up and standing up for their rights – and we love to see it!

More Perfect Union @MorePerfectUS
BREAKING: Barnes & Noble workers at the company's flagship store in NYC just voted to unionize with @RWDSU.

An overwhelming 97% voted to form the second unionized Barnes & Noble after a unanimous union victory in Hadley, MA, last month.
The PGA Tour is merging with LIV Golf, a league built to "sportswash" away Saudi Arabia's negative reputation for human rights abuses. And as a nonprofit, they're paying no taxes on billions in revenue.

Enough is enough. It's time to tax the PGA Tour.

Sadly, even a $15 minimum wage isn't enough anymore to afford basic necessities in America.

It's time to rethink the "Fight for 15" to a fight for a real, living wage.



Patriotic Millionaires

Proud “traitors to their class,” members of the Patriotic Millionaires are high-net worth Americans, business leaders, and investors who are united in their concern about the destabilizing concentration of wealth and power in America. The mission of The Patriotic Millionaires organization is to build a more stable, prosperous, and inclusive nation by promoting public policies based on the “first principles” of equal political representation, a guaranteed living wage for all working citizens, and a fair tax system: 1. All citizens should enjoy political power equal to that enjoyed by millionaires; 2. All citizens who work full time should be able to afford their basic needs; 3. Tax receipts from millionaires, billionaires and corporations should comprise a greater proportion of federal tax receipts.