Category Archives: corporations

Mitch McConnell Flip Flop

Not so long ago Senetor Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) agrued we need to embrace public disclosure of campaign contributions so that “voters can judge for themselves what is appropriate.” However, just last week McConnell turned his back on his 1987 … Continue reading

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The Modern Feudal System: A Vicious Cycle

You owe $130,471 of the national debt, and counting. Every American taxpayer does. The top 20% of Americans own more than 80% of all assets in the country. And many of them pay only a 15% tax rate. General Electric, … Continue reading

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A Lame-Duck Leadership

There is a buzzing sound coming from my television. It is the sound of hundreds of pundits chattering over thousands of recorded sound-bytes. Over the last several weeks, the United States has been in uproar over the indecision in Washington. … Continue reading

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Of course I didn’t hear about it!

Let’s start off this post with a video: It’s a quick watch. We see Mr. Rupert Murdoch, the 81-year-old CEO and chairman of News Corporation, the largest media conglomerate in the world, stating in a mumbling manner how he was … Continue reading

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News Corp: Brought down by Itself

Most people have heard of the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, the New York Post, and many other publications. But what most people don’t know is that many of these publications and production companies are owned by one company: News … Continue reading

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Bankers or Robbers?

According to the Washington Post, JPMorgan Chase has agreed to pay $153.6 million in civil damages over “misleading investors” with regard to mortgage securities. This comes after Goldman Sachs was fined $550 million by the Securities Exchange Commission almost a … Continue reading

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Patriotism not allowed

Courtesy of Capital Bay News: Mike Merola erected a 20-foot flagpole in his backyard soon after he moved into his current home in March 2009. Merola, 60, a Marine from 1969 to 1977, has flown the American flag for years, … Continue reading

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