Not that the rampant deficiencies of capitalism have anything to do with it.
I wonder what Wendy Dant Chesser thinks about this topic -- or even more humorously, Bill Hanson?
Maybe Bill's forced-religion columnist can take it on, and Wendy can incorporate the conclusion in a 1Si power point presentation: "Oligarchs are more than twice as likely to blame a person’s poverty on lack of a useful college degree."
Pearls of wisdom, guys?
Christians are more than twice as likely to blame a person’s poverty on lack of effort, by Julie Zauzmer (Washington Post)
... “There’s a strong Christian impulse to understand poverty as deeply rooted in morality — often, as the Bible makes clear, in unwillingness to work, in bad financial decisions or in broken family structures,” said Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. “The Christian worldview is saying that all poverty is due to sin, though that doesn’t necessarily mean the sin of the person in poverty. In the Garden of Eden, there would have been no poverty. In a fallen world, there is poverty.”