America – The Corporatocracy

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There is a very good reason that our Pledge of Allegiance refers to our country as a Republic and there is a very good reason that our Declaration of Independence and our constitution do not even mentioned the word “democracy”. In a Republic, the sovereignty resides with the people themselves. In a Republic, one may […]

The Real Truth About Taxes

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Add up all of your taxes…and you may be in for quite a surprise. Here are most of my taxes (which is probably very similar to yours): -federal tax -state tax -social security tax (going bankrupt) – your employer matches this, so it counts as double -medicare tax (going bankrupt) -disability tax -retail taxes -phone […]

Guns Control Laws Have Nothing to Do With Safety

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People think the government wants to enact yet more legislation (gun control laws) because they care about the American public’s safety. That’s a good one. Since when did our government start caring about the best interests of the American people? Are we talking about the same government: …that bailed out the banks making casino bets while millions […]

BEFORE YOU VOTE CONSIDER THIS

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Information on Mitt Romney 1) The best way to tell who a candidate is really working for is by looking at his top campaign contributors. Mitt Romney’s biggest campaign contributor, like Obama, is Goldman Sachs, followed by Bank of America and then Morgan Stanley – http://www.opensecrets.org/pres12/contrib.php?id=N00000286 2)  This a man when asked if he would […]

Is There a Positive Correlation Between Inflation and Income Inequality?

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After reading an article I wrote in this blog post, one of my friends responded by saying: “I think this is a bit inaccurate historically, Paul…there isnt positive correlation between inflation, or actions of the fed and income inequality.  If this was the case there would be linear growth over the past 100 years…but aggregate disparity was essentially as skewed in […]