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Let’s listen to Warren Buffett

The billionaire – and one of the richest men on the planet – had some advice for lawmakers when it comes to taxes.  In an article in today’s New York Times – Buffett argued for his own taxes to be raised – as well as others just like him.  “While the poor and middle class fight for us in Afghanistan, and while most Americans struggle to make ends meet,” Buffett wrote, “we mega-rich continue to get our extraordinary tax break

Daily Topics - Friday August 12th, 2011

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Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" - Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) takes your calls

Why not one question about the Republican plans to voucherize Medicare & turn Social Security over to Wall Street?

There was a Republican rumble in Iowa last night – as Fox so-called News hosted eight Republican candidates for their very own debate which featured not even one single question about the Republican plans to voucherize Medicare, turn Social Security over to Wall Street, and end all support to college students.  The debate was filled with heated exchanges mostly about fluff – a fight between Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty – and

79% of Americans are Dissatisfied with the U.S. Gov

A loss of faith.  According to a new Washington Post poll – 79% of Americans are dissatisfied with the United States government.  And only one out of four people ACTUALLY think our government can solve the nation’s economic problems.  It appears the 30-year effort by Republicans of dragging the good name of government through the mud by running government poorly – is working. 

Democracy Died First in Wisconsin – Long Live the Oligarchs

The Wisconsin recall election was the first major test of the new era in American politics. That new era began in January of 2010 when the US Supreme Court ruled in “Citizens United v. FEC” that the political voice of We The People was no longer as important as the voices of billionaires and transnational corporations.

Like Hosni Mubarak – These Bankster governments are now losing their consent to govern

First the Arab Spring - now the European Summer?  Violent riots continued for the third straight day across London and a number of other British cities – leaving buildings ablaze – cars torched and turned over – and storefronts vandalized and looted.  The riots began in Tottenham after police shot a man to death – but it quickly became clear that the unrest was less about police brutality – and more about Conservative auster

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