Remember supply-side economics and trickle-down theory? Supply side economics theorized that removing barriers to production with income tax and capital gains tax cuts, along with deregulation, would stimulate production and produce enough consumer spending on cheaper products to more than offset the revenue losses from the tax cuts. Trickle-down theory postulated that tax cuts for the wealthy and businesses would create more jobs for everyone. Most of this nation’s tax and regulatory policies have, since the Reagan era, followed this blueprint. Well, we now have a chart demonstrating how well this has worked over the last 30 years. Tax cuts for the rich made them richer, and the rest of us got bupkus. Surprise.