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“We Are the 99% “ We are getting kicked out of our homes. We are forced to choose between groceries and rent. We are denied quality medical care. We are suffering from environmental pollution. We are working long hours for little pay and no rights, if we're working at all. We are getting nothing while the other 1 percent is getting everything. We are the 99 percent.
I really appreciate how thoughtful this group is. I think that looking at the structural changes - as difficult as they are - will make the biggest difference. This book argues that poverty is reduced by a generous welfare state. He also says that a strong left and proportional representation are strong predictors of a generous welfare state. Do we need to build a strong multi-party democracy or follow Thom's direction in taking over the Democratic Party?
From Oklahoma, the first musical by Rogers and Hammerstein, 1943
As pointed out by the following article, backlog at the Department of Veterans' Affairs is seriously hurting veterans:
Just when you thought the stench emanating from Obama’s $535,000,000.00 money laundering operation Solyndra couldn’t get any worse, we learn that one of the bankrupt “green energy” company’s creditors is the cancer calling itself the California Democrat Party:
The problem with slipping into phony Brother From da Hood mode when addressing the Congressional Black Carcass is that the word Jew keeps inserting itself even where you wouldn’t expect it:
Statements to the effect of "shrinking the role of government” and "reducing the size of government" always perplexes me. What do Paul and his ilk mean by that? Clearly Paul wants to decrease the regulation that infringes on campaign donor profit. But there is no clear and direct economic benefit to the p
I discuss some things one of you wrote to me about regarding the Wall St. protests, over eager cops, and the unemployed folks
You heard it, people. "We have met the enemy, and they are us."
00ps, almost missed a match- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and 20,000 Missiles Someone Didn't Oversee.
I have several computers, etc., but what is the best way to come home and watch Thom Hartmann at night on my TV? Do I need a device to plug into my TV, etc.?
Is there a way to automatically access it?
I think this is an important question for so many of us -- I am watching the interview with Jeff Sharlett now -- great interview!
inaction is unconscienable
Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) was censured by the House (333-79) just nine months ago for several ethics violations, including tax evasion. Yet Thursday, Rangel hosted a ceremony to unveil his official portrait in the Longworth House Office Building. The list of speakers at the ceremony included Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD), as well as New York Democrat senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Chuck Schumer.
Though she had hoped for more time to crochet, iron her curtains, grow flowers and bake pie, Minnie has been convinced of the need for updating what's available in the world of corporate entities, and in some cases, going back to some of the older ways of naming things. A decision has been reached to open a small name shop for those who need meaningful, carefully coded fictitious names or corporate personhoods, for FTC purposes, of course.
Completely ignored by almost all the media and demonstrating once more Democrats' complicity in the overthrow of our representative form of government is the committee for reducing deficit spending. Did anyone notice that: 1) although nationally the Republicans have a base of only about 26% of the population they are given 50% of the committee membership. 2) Republicans tapped for committee membership have all sworn to follow a specific deficit reduction policy and 3) Democrats placed on the committee represent conservatives as well as moderates, almost guaranteeing a cons