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(3 comments) SHARE Sunday, July 17, 2011 Cuba: Anomaly in the Caribbean
Although we were warned not to talk politics with the locals, it seemed that everyone we met was willing to discuss the details of their lives.
(5 comments) SHARE Thursday, December 2, 2010 Pres O: What the F" Don't You Get About Republican Intentions?
You came out of the meeting with Republican leaders and stood in front of cameras saying that you were optimistic about compromise to improve serious domestic problems.
They came out of the meeting saying that their base liked gridlock and they intended to maintain it.
Were you at the same meeting?
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, June 9, 2009 As GM Goes ...
With the big manufacturers facing bankruptcy and the Bernanke, Geithner and Obama triumvirate feeling the need to shred the safety net, it's conceivable that the middle class slide will not end simply in a lower standard of living, but in poverty and civil unrest.
SHARE Wednesday, March 25, 2009 Bernanke's Hammer
As long as deposits are insured, banks are fungible- which is proven every day as U.S. banks go under and are seamlessly absorbed by the FDIC, deposits, debts and all, consumers usually none the wiser.
SHARE Monday, February 23, 2009 The Stimulus and The Confidence Game
Forget the stop-gap teensy tax cut drivel and permanently eliminate the payroll tax on everyone making less than $75,000 a year as well as on the vulnerable small businesses that provide so many jobs. That will put another 7.65% of personal earnings into the economy and give businesses another 7.65% of payroll to use as needed. Now that's a stimulus!
(2 comments) SHARE Thursday, January 15, 2009 Requiem for Israel
As a horrified world watches Israel demonstrate its military supremacy over a poor and unarmed population, something else is happening. If you listen closely, you might hear a sad death knell in the distance, and it isn't for the Palestinians. What we may be witnessing now is Israel's slow motion suicide.
(12 comments) SHARE Wednesday, December 3, 2008 Detroit vs. Wall Street: The Trillion Dollar Class War
If anyone doubted that a class war is in progress, hidden beneath a variety of euphemisms, like 'bail out', 'downsizing,' 'outsourcing' and 'NAFTA', their doubts can now be given the decent burial that they deserve.