Category Archives: Economic Justice

So Phil Gramm Shocks You?

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Well, the blogs and the DNC are all over Phil Gramm’s interview with the Washington Times yesterday. Will teh nooz pick it up? After all, this would make their favorite candidate barbeque host look, uh, less than in touch: Continue reading

Maybe We Should Go Back to the 1920’s?

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Here’s John McCain decrying the way social security has worked since the 1930’s:

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Nascent Captain of Industry Goes to Court

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The boy wonder is facing the judge:

Efraim E. Diveroli, the president of AEY Incorporated, who is now 22 — was expected to enter a plea today in federal court in Miami, The Associated Press reports. He faces charges of fraud and making false statements to the United States Army in the course of procuring munitions for the government.  Continue reading

Kings County ER Death Not Surprising

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Sadly, this is our country —

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Biobucks Mean Megadeath — Sign the Petition

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Food riots. People eating mud to ward off hunger pangs. Starvation going up. And meanwhile, there’s collusion in starvation, and then there’s collusion in starvation: Continue reading

Plus ca Change

Every baby boomer has to remember this:

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So Long, Joe

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Well, knock us over with a feather.

Joseph L. Bruno, the Senate majority leader and New York State’s highest-ranking Republican, said Monday evening that he would not seek re-election in November, after a 32-year career in the Senate. Continue reading