In a Time of Universal Deceit, Telling the Truth is Revolutionary.
Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Do you have a plan?!

What if, just what if you wake up one day and discover that the U.S. dollar has imploded to half its valuation, then the day after half again, etc.?!

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Grand Theft:Taxpayer

It might be time for all of us to start posting those notices in the classifieds

As of September 16, 2008, I, Hoosier CowBoy am responsible for my debts only.

After a life of financial responsibility, some maniacs in D.C. have gotten hold of my identity and S.S. number and have gone on a spree.

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The root of the problem

The credit crisis, the mortgage meltdown, the financial system solvency, all of these have been held up as the “root of the problem” of America’s current economic woes. What isn’t mentioned is job loss and funding the War on Terror.

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Leonard Peltier: America’s Unfinished Business

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Condemning Sarah Palin’s advocacies like one did Clarence Thomas doesn’t work, but certainly not because she is less extreme

Publications like the Philadelphia Tribune, the first US Black Paper, had expressed pride that a Black woman was Secretary of State and earlier pride that Colin Powell had the job. But never expressed appreciation that a black man, Clarence Thomas was on the Supreme Court. Likewise Progressive Hispanic groups never expressed pride that a Hispanic, Gonzales, was Attorney General.

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Palin’s husband refuses to testify

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s husband has refused to testify in the investigation of his wife’s alleged abuse of power, and key lawmakers said Thursday that uncooperative witnesses are effectively sidetracking the probe until after Election Day.

Todd Palin, who participates in state business in person or by e-mail, was among 13 people subpoenaed by the Alaska Legislature. Palin’s lawyer sent a letter to the lead investigator saying Palin objected to the probe and would not appear to testify on Friday.

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Can Uncle Sam save us from ourselves?

America’s financial crisis is a political crisis, too. In the course of just 10 days, the Federal Reserve propped up ailing mortgage giants Freddie Mae and Fannie Mac, refused to bail out the investment bank Lehman Brothers and balked at aiding mega-insurer AIG before coming through with a $85 billion loan in exchange for an 80 percent stake.

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The high cost of pursuing happiness

Everyone has a right to own a home whether they can afford it or not. It says so in the Constitution — well, actually the Declaration of Independence in the part about inalienable rights like the "pursuit of happiness."

Politicians have been selling us on that privilege nearly since the Founder’s wrote it all down. All they charged us was our vote.

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