Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sandy shows why we need FEMA

“I’ve seen rough loss estimates of up to $20 billion, of which perhaps half will be replaced by insurance payouts. The realization of how quickly such a natural event can occur should lead us to consider what all this means … Continue reading

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Republican candidates stance on rape

Um, um.. Get back in the kitchen before those gays do! Er, I reiterate. My party does not believe the governemnt should intrude upon our civil liberties unless your a woman or gay.

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Business Leaders Urge Deficit Deal Even With More Taxes

“On Thursday morning, more than 80 executives of leading American corporations signed a statement calling for a debt reduction compromise that would “include comprehensive and pro-growth tax reform, which broadens the base, lowers rates, raises revenues and reduces the deficit.” … Continue reading

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Bank of America sued for alleged mortgage fraud

“The Justice Department is seeking $1 billion from Bank of America, alleging the bank committed fraud by selling defective mortgages from a program it says was known within the bank as “the Hustle.” Those mortgages were purchased by government-backed mortgage … Continue reading

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“And when the magic Tax Cut wand touched the Rich King, all the peasants suddenly had jobs!…”

Hey! That’s not funny! Americans have been falling for it since Reagan. Things have really trickled since then and defied gravity! Source: The New York Times That’s a bunch of scribble! Who cares? Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorites … Continue reading

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A money ‘black hole’: rich hide at least $21 trillion in tax havens, study shows

“Thanks to lax international tax rules the world’s super rich have siphoned at least $21 trillion — more than 50 percent larger than the entire U.S. economy — into secretive tax-free havens, according to a study by UK campaign group Tax … Continue reading

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