April 23, 2013
These days John White might be needing a hug. It appears all the ill-will and poor decisions making he has sown over the past year is coming home to roost on his doorstep, all at the same time. Support the Louisiana Student Privacy Act Recently we called out White for lying to everyone in the state […]
March 20, 2013
Reblogged from Forgery: The Louisiana Department of Revenue uses undecipherable bloggers to promote an incoherent tax policy on the official state website? That actually makes a lot of sense. They probably had to comb the earth to find someone who would support such an irrational and absurd proposal. Fortunately Sadie is always available to be […]
February 18, 2013
It’s been said that it’s a lot easier to tear something or someone down, that to build it up. It’s easier to attack an idea without proposing one of your own. While that’s true, it’s also true many of our politicians don’t come to their constituents and ask them what they think would be a […]
January 11, 2013
Reblogged from CenLamar: I. Today, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal proposed the single largest, one-time tax increase in Louisiana history, an across-the-board 3% increase in state sales taxes. If approved and passed into law, Louisiana would have the highest combined sales tax rate in the United States, an average of at least 11.84% (an aggregate that […]
December 11, 2012
Who else is ready for some cliff diving? I was wondering if this was a sentiment shared by others of my ilk. All this talk of fiscal cliffs seems to be a bit overdone. Maybe it’s just election fatigue and crisis fatigue setting in, but I find myself struggling to work up any great amount […]
July 7, 2012
Great cartoon video if you have about 30 minutes to spare to be entertained while seeing how the banks have controlled much of our government throughout history and are currently siphoning off much of our wealth. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPWH5TlbloU It may not cover all the angles and may be a tad overdramtic, but let me know of any parts […]
July 4, 2012
Reblogged from Corporate Whoredoms & the American Kleptocracy: Here are two in depth articles on how the entire economy is built on Fraud, just in case you've missed these: http://daviddegraw.org/2010/06/full-report-the-economic-elite-vs-the-people-of-the-united-states-of-america/ http://exiledonline.com/confessions-of-a-wall-st-nihilist-forget-about-goldman-sachs-our-entire-economy-is-built-on-fraud/ Christina Marlowe Some spot on articles. I'm not sure if I should be relieved that others can see this or overwhelmed by the sheer […]
June 23, 2012
It won’t happen overnight of course, but in 10-15 years Republicans will be the ones pushing for gun controls, registrations, and confiscations of your guns – so enjoy them now while you can. I expect them to be very successful in this drive. You may think I’m crazy to think this way, but that’s my […]
June 16, 2012
I have a two-part solution to the nations and world’s economic problems. First to outline the situation: The banks created the financial crisis we are in and are refusing to allow anyone to regulate them. They are buying off elections, economists, officials and entire countries. The have more access to our politicians and political machinery than […]
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