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Tag Archives: Poverty
Many of us watched in disgust the ministrations of our lawmakers as they preened, lied, cried, threatened, insulted one another and worst of all, showed their unbridled contempt for America as conservatives promised to shut down its government. The Tea … Continue reading
Think a million dollars is a lot of money? Well, according to a recent Fidelity Investments survey, forty percent of American millionaires don’t. In fact, prevailing opinion among those surveyed is that one needs $7.5 Million to feel wealthy. Continue reading
I’ve been trying to abstain from writing about things apt to appear ad nauseum elsewhere but try as I might, can’t leave this alone. Even the right wing, not known for its exemplary compassion, should be running with the bulls … Continue reading
In an effort to appease the right, Mr. Baucus, if successful, will apparently demonstrate once again the democratic party’s uncanny ability to roll over. assume to once again prepare for their proctologist’s expected invasion, only to find an insurances pinch-hitting. And woe to the uninsured.
If this impotent bill becomes law, the only celebrants will be big insurance, big pharma and their benefactors, including shameless profiteers like Max Baucus. Continue reading
According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), epic measures by the American Government to salvage its gasping economy and related industries should indeed bear fruit, but things will get worse before they get better. Continue reading
NY Times reporter Matt Roth writes that Wells Fargo intentionally steered minority applicants toward Sub Prime loans as a matter of policy. Other than the NYT article and Raw Story’s link to it, I’ve seen little of this in trad/cable … Continue reading
As charitable organizations and homeless shelters struggle to accommodate skyrocketing need with resources dramatically cut and donations down, more families find they must fare for themselves. Continue reading