I love it when complex things are simplified so that we can all understand. Can you imagine running a country using these numbers?
Top officials willfully concealed the true extent of the 2008-'09 bailouts from Congress and the public.
Allow me to begin this article with a single paragraph published yesterday on Yahoo Finance:
You know, when I tell people that what we are experiencing is not a new depression or giant recession, but instead the largest transfer of wealth to the ¼% elite, they nod their head in disbelief and quietly think that man is off his rocker.
There is no place in the U.S. more expensive to smoke than New York City, where the taxes alone will set you back $5.85 per pack. Yet, addicts who visit Island Smokes, a "roll-your-own" cigarette shop in Chinatown, can walk out with an entire 10-pack carton for under $40, thanks to a yawning tax loophole that officials in several states are now trying to close.
The first ever GAO(Government Accountability Office) audit of the Federal Reserve was carried out in the past few months due to the Ron Paul, Alan Grayson Amendment to the Dodd-Frank bill, which passed last year.
The interesting thing about disclosure is that it has been going on for a while now. The impact of this disclosure of information and the depth and scale of crime, genocide, murder and looting of the world’s resources, finances and property is immense. It has been going on for thousands of years.
Thirty large and profitable U.S. corporations paid no income taxes in 2008 through 2010, said a study on Thursday that arrives as Congress faces rising demands for tax reform but seems unable or unwilling to act.
Over these past few years of watching Banks collapse, get bailed out, and then falter again, I have had a consistent take on the matter:
HR 2990 - The National Emergency Employment Defense Act of 2011 could be the catalyst for a global renaissance.