Harvard's Elizabeth Warren is not only the self-proclaimed "intellectual founder" of the Occupy protest movement, she's also the originator of the idea that no one got successful on their own.One of the things that occurs to me is that corporate taxes, which burden small businesses more than large, are really pass-through taxes, which are ultimately paid by the customer, and if not by the consumer, then as a penalty to the stock holders, as the customers rebel against price increases.
Professor Warren's view is that government is responsible for helping to build your business. Because of that, Warren says government is entitled to, as she put it, "a hunk" of whatever you built.
It's how she justifies raising taxes in order to fuel her idea of a bigger and bigger government.
Regards — Cliff