Ronald Reagan

2009/04/15

Reagan Myth one: he lowered taxes. This is not true. He did lower marginal income tax rates a benefit that accrued to those with the highest incomes. Then — ELEVEN TIMES — he raised taxes. He invented a new name for taxes, calling them user fees, and revenue enhancements, after that there was loophole tightening. The net effect was to raise taxes across the board, while narrowing the gap between what the haves and have not’s paid.

What other Reagan myth’s would people like to hear about?

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The coming evangelical collapse | csmonitor.com

2009/03/25

The coming evangelical collapse | csmonitor.com.

Can’t come soon enough!


Agence Global – Article

2009/03/25

Agence Global – Article.

Change comes though no one desires it, and though few predicted its path.


It’s Always Hysteria with Some People

2009/03/22

The economy is bad, but in no way comparable to the Great Depression. Think 1974 or ’82. Though I respect Mr Obama, I do not support the current policy on helping the economy. It is money-centric games. We need to fight deflation, true. But this current imbroglio is a phenomenom of money and not actual productivity. People need jobs, housing, food. Get that in order, regulate phoney baloney financial manipulation, and that fixes most of our troubles. Careening from one financial scheme to another is no way to fix the economy.


DNC Blasts Boehner For Claiming GOP No Longer Plans To Legislate

2009/03/15


The GOP doesn’t deserve the attention it gets. But the Media turn everything into a horse race. The GOP are counter productive lunatic traitors to our country. A pox on them!
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Primer on the Subrime Meltdown

2009/03/15

http://docs.google.com/TeamPresent?docid=ddp4zq7n_0cdjsr4fn&skipauth=true


Christianism

2009/03/15

In the interests of accuracy and in order to reduce double talk I’d like to suggest we stop the equivocation around the word Christian. Let’s use Christian to describe someone who follows the doctrines of a mainstream sect of Christianity. And let’s call the Religious Right political nut jobs Christianists. Calling them Christians brings disrepute on the faith of many decent people. The suffix ism clearly separates religion from the politics of nutters, traitors and fools.