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Entries from January 19th, 2015

Republican Crimes Against the People

July 27th, 2012 · Comments Off on Republican Crimes Against the People · Democracy, Fascism, Media, obstruction, Politics, Populism, taxes

The country is divided. North, South, East, West…we argue about everything. And why? Because we now have a system that allows organizations, newscasters, politicians, even ministers to lie in public and get away with it. That results in large moneyed interests using politicians and anyone whose loyalty they can buy for a few pieces of […]

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A Formula for Democratic Victory Using the Swing States

July 24th, 2012 · Comments Off on A Formula for Democratic Victory Using the Swing States · ALEC, Politics, Populism

In the United States today, the political map is very brightly and distinctly colored red and blue. The blue states run along both seaboards and in the upper Midwest. The red states are clearly the old slave states and segregation states of the traitorous Confederacy, and whose defiant response to their humiliating and impoverishing defeat […]

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The Predictable Attacks on Obamacare from the Neo-Fascists.

July 17th, 2012 · Comments Off on The Predictable Attacks on Obamacare from the Neo-Fascists. · Health Care, Politics, Populism

The Republicans are fighting as hard as they can to keep all American citizens from having affordable universal, guaranteed rights to purchase affordable health care insurance. In one simple paragraph we can answer most of the objections to the Affordable Care Act. Here it is in summary. The ACA is not a government takeover of […]

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Romney Has a Serious Problem. (short)

July 15th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Capitalism, Corporations and Industry, Economics, jobs, Politics, Populism, Wall Street

Mitt Romney is doing something that many candidates do when they are attacked, and especially when they are attacked with facts that are very difficult to deny. Romney has attacked those who are attacking him. And he has done another most telling thing. He has panicked. He ran immediately…immediately…to every media outlet that he knew […]

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It’s the Economy…Or Is It?

July 4th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Democracy, Economics, Politics, Populism, taxes

Sometimes it seems that economists live in a world different from ours. We have bills to pay, jobs to keep, children to educate. The formulas that economists constantly elaborate upon seem to have little to do with daily life. Of course that is not true. The outcome of macroeconomic calculation can have an enormous impact […]

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