Monthly Archives: November 2011

This Thanksgiving the United States has 46.2 Million People Living in Poverty – Banks Got Bailed out and We Got Sold Out


Today many of us are preparing for a Thanksgiving feast we will serve in our homes tomorrow.  My prayers go out today to the millions of Americans who are out of work, and the record 46.2 million who are currently … Continue reading

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FINALLY! A Bill with Bi-Partisan support, but where is our Tax Holiday?


Finally! A bill with bi-partisan support,  in both the house and Senate. Our elected officials have crossed the aisle for “The Freedom to Invest Act of 2011”, HR 1834, to give corporations an 85 percent tax reduction. The Senate calls their bill S. … Continue reading

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THE NEW NORM – BONUSES FOR LOSSES, TAX REBATES FOR PROFITS – THE SPIN ON JEALOUSY


The other day my brother, he whom shall remain nameless called me “a jealous cry baby liberal,” when I expressed my opinion. Last time I checked, we still have the  1st amendment right to express feelings about what is going on in this … Continue reading

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Move Your Money – Vote with your Feet


November 5th is Move Your Money Day We have seen what happens when consumers vote with their money. Since we are no longer represented by our government, we have a moral obligation to lobby for ourselves. Netflix’s lost over 800,000 + customers, and … Continue reading

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Mayor Bloomberg, thanks for reading my Blog, but it’s not that “plain or simple”


Occupy Wall Street protesters shouldn’t blame big banks for the mortgage crisis, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday– they should blame Congress. “It was not the banks that created the mortgage crisis,” Bloomberg told an audience gathered for … Continue reading

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We the People Can Beat the Power of Money OCCUPY CONGRESS


It’s time to end the financial affair between Congress,  K Street and Wall Street. Right now we have an opportunity to add our voices to the chorus exercising our 1st Amendment right to petition our government to address what’s not … Continue reading

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