Michael Moore’s new movie, Capitalism: A Love Story, is an infuriating, somewhat terrifying and hilarious look at life and politics in the USA.

It includes the creepy revelation that your employer may well hold a “Dead Peasants” life insurance policy on you, making you worth more to your boss dead than alive.

It also details the uncomfortable possibility that your airline pilot is earning less than $20,000 a year, holding down a second job or collecting food stamps— making him or her more bleary-eyed or bitter than you’d want to think about thousands of feet in the air. continue reading