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Scott Walker, Enemy of the People; Dr. Ben Carson, Separator of Siamese Twins

September 5th, 2015 · Comments Off on Scott Walker, Enemy of the People; Dr. Ben Carson, Separator of Siamese Twins · 2016 Presidential Campaign, Budgets, Corporations and Industry, Economics, Education, Fascism, Health Care, Labor, Politics, Populism, taxes

Scott Walker is riding the Clown Car Express. He’s the evil clown, the one you always hear about who scares children. He is scary. He didn’t scare Wisconsin voters enough. They failed to recall him, although they should get credit for trying. When Walker took office, with all his talk about economic growth and job […]

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It Is Time for a Change.

November 30th, 2013 · Comments Off on It Is Time for a Change. · ALEC, Education, Fascism, Health Care, Human Rights, jobs, Lobbying, obstruction, Politics, Populism

It is time for a change. It is time for the average American to get in the face of other average Americans, get on the phone, get on the Internet….in the office, neighborhood, schools…everywhere…and say: IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE. If you live in the South your life can be changed and improved dramatically […]

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ALEC’s Plan to Take Over State Governments

September 28th, 2011 · Comments Off on ALEC’s Plan to Take Over State Governments · Capitalism, Lobbying, Politics, Populism

The economic problems of the United States are not complicated nor are they insolvable. They are the result of actions taken by a few in Congress at the behest of a smaller group yet who have been able to buy government. So, we, as citizens in much larger numbers, can correct this mistake by voting […]

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A Time for Action

May 27th, 2011 · Comments Off on A Time for Action · Lobbying, Politics, Wall Street

Normally, we all look to events for encouragement or emotional uplift that demands that we get up out of our chairs. Not everyone. Some people are motivated 24/7/365 against injustice, denial of human rights or intense need by some member or segment of society. When Haiti happened, for example, or when the monster earthquakes hit […]

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The Massacre of the Middle Class

May 7th, 2011 · Comments Off on The Massacre of the Middle Class · Human Rights, Labor, Politics, Populism

In 2010, Americans were actually called upon to vote whether or not they would like to create an oligarchy, a ruling elite, that would remove all political power from the average citizen. In some states they voted to do it. Now some are saying that they made a mistake and want a do-over. In Wisconsin, […]

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On Nazis, Fascists, Neocons and Republican Governors

April 26th, 2011 · Comments Off on On Nazis, Fascists, Neocons and Republican Governors · Human Rights, Labor, Politics, Populism, Wall Street, wars and militarism

Often in blog posts on the Internet, especially heated political arguments, people start slinging around the term “Nazi,” particularly in discussions of Neoconservative Republicans. Neocons are not “Nazis.” They are in fact “Fascists.” A fascist is one who combines the power of industry, government and the military into totalitarian…total…political control. The Nazis were a Fascist-leaning […]

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The Truth About Neocons and Big Government

March 25th, 2011 · Comments Off on The Truth About Neocons and Big Government · Politics

If someone said that it is all a lie, that Republicans do love big government…many people would say that it is not true. By the way, when we say Neocon we mean Republican. Repbulicans are now all Neocons…neoconservatives…fascists…corporatists…all sponsored, paid for, purchased, and controlled by big industries, the health care industry, the oil industry, Wall […]

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