It would appear that the Egyptian people are not pleased with the candidates the 1% are allowing them to choose from. http://news.yahoo.com/egypts-military-ruler-warns-crisis-must-end-112333068.html
The agency responsible for selling Greece’s state assets and privatization government goods and services. – a Wall Street success!
Gosh, I wonder who all has \ had a hand in the agency?!
Obama accomplished (only examples, I'll have to work on this!)......
Lately, I hear a lot about the Occupy Movement needing to have a leader and specific demands. I think the problem with this thinking is a misunderstanding of what the Occupy Movement is about.
photos below: 1) gardening working group in action 2) strategy meeting 3) occupier reading
Sorry about the rambling, you might want to skip this if you're not interested in little-edited dense verbal perambulations. Although it contains a little about the important challenges Occupy SF is facing right now.
The Republicans keep saying that Soc. Sec. needs to be saved because it is running out of money. One way to save it is to raise the cap on the amount people pay into the fund. The raise, each year, in the cap should be the same as the raise given to recipients which is based on cost-of-living or inflation. The cap has not been raised since the inception of the program in1964 at $106,800. This should keep the fund financailly sound for decades.
"...it would shift costs to beneficiaries and eliminate the guarantee of affordable health insurance for older Americans"