Tag Archives: Taxes

2016 US Federal Tax Return: Illegal Immigrant Taxpayer PAID $3,083 vs Donald J. Trump PAID $0

Please Remember This On Tax Day If not, we only have ourselves to blame.  I don’t know what is worse; being #racist, ignorant, or stupid but you’re dragging down the country with you. I just prepared a #tax return for … Continue reading

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Greenland USA Press Release with Annotations

Greenland USA Opens National Sales and Marketing Center in Heart of Downtown Los Angeles Greenland USA. Isn’t that a pretty name for a subsidiary of Chinese state-owned real estate developer?  USA!  USA! Real Estate Giant to Showcase Residences for Metropolis … Continue reading

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Pick your favorite Catchphrase!

Hello boys and girls! Sorry to hear your school was in lockdown again.  But since it’s Friday and it’s an election year, let’s play, “Pick Your Favorite Catchphrase!” (Don’t ask Karl Rove or Koch Brothers for help.  No cheating allowed … Continue reading

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That Cheap Stuff You Just Bought At Walmart? Turns Out It Cost $6,000 More Than You Thought

According to a Congressional study, $6,000 is the average amount taxpayers are being dinged per employee. Walmart’s wages and benefits are so low, it forces workers to go on Medicaid and receive housing assistance, childcare subsidies, food stamps, and more. … Continue reading

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2012 U.S. Tax Receipt

I don’t care if all these numbers came from the Congressional Budget Office or not. Why should we be constrained to specifics?! Besides the CBO is a non-partisian organization. At least Paul Ryan keeps his numbers clean and simple like … Continue reading

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Year Of the Worker: How Labor Struggles

By Graciela Razo On the morning of December 17, half a dozen United States postal workers set up an “emergency encampment” and began a week-long hunger strike to fight for the future of the U.S. Postal Service and its employees. … Continue reading

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