Yesterday, if you missed it (posted late on account of three kinds of margaritas with increasingly unpronounceable names), I offered a Borealis update and — more important — an editorial explaining why corporate CEOs will help the President-Elect distort the truth about his “unbelievable success” bringing back jobs.
I was neutral in the Democratic primary — I didn’t even cast my superdelegate vote — admiring both candidates very much. Had the KGB and FBI and 30 years of Republican disinformation not managed to give her opponent his otherwise legitimate Electoral College victory, Hillary would have made an outstanding president. It’s tragic (and outrageous) what happened. But Bernie’s clarity and moral force are also most welcome as he helps to lead the way forward. Watch.
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The subjects of every state ought to contribute towards the support of the government, as nearly as possible, in proportion to their respective abilities; that is, in proportion to the revenue which they respectively enjoy under the protection of the state.~Adam Smith, The Wealth Of Nations
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If Republican Officials Go To Prison . . .
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The National Butterfly Center Is Taking A Stand
- Feb 12:
Home-Schooled For Christ. And Pence.
- Feb 11:
Russian TV Thanks The GOP (And Don’t Miss Bill Maher)
- Feb 9:
The Perfect Virginia Solution
- Feb 8:
The Case For A Better Wealth Tax
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200 Times More Interest On Your Money . . .
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Listen To A Structural Forensicist
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Tom Brady’s Secret For Your Parents
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