Socialist California’s growing servant class
California has America’s highest taxes, highest-paid government employees and largest government programs for “fighting poverty.” Its politics have been identified with pro-government extremism and socialism for several decades.
What has this increasing socialism wrought in California?
Californian’s middle class wages rose by just 1 percent in 40 years.
The state is increasingly identified by extremes in both wealth and poverty. The fastest growing class in California is the “servant class” whose members earn an average pay of about $36,000 a year. Compare this to the average pay of all occupations in the country, which stands at about $51,000.