OK, last broad statement and I'm done. This nation was founded by entrepreneurs. The Americas were the land of opportunity in a very big way back in the 15th and 16th century. People like T. Jefferson and G. Washington and B. Franklin were believers in new ideas because the had the latitude and freedom to do so. At least one reason for the Revolutionary War was the fact that the Brits were crimping their style.
Everything about our history has been about entreprenurial efforts by men to build their dreams. "Men To Match My Mountains" by Irving Stone tells of the "winning" of the American West, and it is a good example of what I'm talking about. Easterners came to California looking for Gold, William Randolph Hearst's daddy George built a mining empire, Brigham Young carved out his own empire in Utah and the Great Basin.
A good example of what I am talking about is the Hearsts. George was a ruthless man (See "Deadwood" when it comes back on) who built an empire on mining, and also owned the San Francisco Examiner newspaper. WR took over the Examiner and built the largest publishing empire of its day and was one of the most powerful men in America, and the richest.
It was wealth, and wealth wrested from not only ceaseless effort but also cuththroat dealings and manipulations. Btw, WR is one reason you're not smoking pot right now. He was one of the people that campaigned against Marijuana and Hemp because hemp would have made cheaper paper, and WR Hearst owned major timber concerns that supplied the paper that was being used by the newspapers. Control was what he sought, to divert money to his coffers and denying that right to others.
Entrepreneurship built a nation. Now we have a society that is controlled not by the entrepreneurs but their grandchildren and great grandchildren, 3rd and 4th generation offspring who grew up in wealth and believe they alone understand it and control it. The Koch brothers have no problem denying fair wages to their employees and denying their rights to arbitrate a fair wage because they think their employees are drones to be used as they see fit.
And it means nothing to them that their wealth is inherited and what they have built is based solely on that. If anything, entrepreneurship has been stifled by people like them. Wealth should be the result of your efforts, not a weapon to control and deny the same opportunities to others. More power to Moral and any other man who wants to build his dreams and be wealthy. That is about as American as it gets, and I don't see anything wrong with it.