Bloomberg News, irony of ironies, is reporting on a new study that shows wealthy people are more likely to lie and cheat. Get a load of this:
The “upper class,” as defined by the study, were more likely to break the law while driving, take candy from children, lie in negotiation, cheat to increase their odds of winning a prize and endorse unethical behavior at work, the research found.
Take candy from kids? WTF?
So when Bill Williams, President of Gogebic Taconite, testifies that iron mining in the Penokee Range can be done in an environmentally sound manner, should we believe him?