Single Payer: We Draw a Line in the Sand
Asking nicely and writing letters is not working. It's time we DRAW A LINE IN THE SAND for SINGLE PAYER. DEMAND that your representative support it or NO MORE VOTES. PERIOD!
Take part in a national day of action. Join a protest. Take a day off to march at your reps office. Time to Get BUSY for SINGLE PAYER!
Round Table Impeachment Discussion
This article discusses some of the reasons our founders felt impeachment was a critical component to the Constitution and a tool to be used to reign in out of control Executives of the the United States. It also references the Constitution and calls for your input and discussion regarding beginning Impeachment against both the Vice President and President.
Wednesday, March 5, 2008(3 comments)
Health Insurers = Giant Casinos = Bad Odds
Ever want to know how the health insurance industry improves their profits? They do it by stacking the deck. Cherry picking the healthiest and shifting those with chronic illness to the taxpayers. We should end the high cost of Insurance and provide real health care for all Americans, a fair equitable, single payer not for profit health care system.
Checking Corporate Power: Powerless People
Corporations are like psychopaths with a singular focus on profits. They maximize the exploitation of the peoples resources, they take control of them and exploit them for maximum gains at the exclusion of the benefit of the people. These corporations have mirrored our government and influence it at all levels. They have broken their promise to serve the public. Many need to be dismantled.
Tuesday, January 1, 2008(7 comments)
Modern Day Robber Barons
Democracy and Capitalism are not the same. The terms have been so intertwined that we think that the capitalism gutting our nation is a free market system. It is not. This Super Capitalism model is destroying free markets and the wealth of our nation.
Sunday, December 23, 2007(2 comments)
Vacuum Cleaner Economics
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the after tax income of the top 1 percent rose 228 percent from 1979 through 2005. Consumer debt averaged $30,000 per person for the middle class. Where's the trickle?
Tuesday, December 18, 2007(4 comments)
The "Big" Health Care Lie
The "Big" Lie about United States Health Care is that it is the best in the world. Study after study confirm - it's a lie - but you won't hear about it in the mainstream press. Don't take my word for it - look up the facts!