Things just keep getting weirder and weirder.
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Chances are, he’s absolutely correct.
Oh the names he calls those poor patriots already on the money.
Well, this is certainly one way to get your point across…
Just when you though corporate greed couldn’t get any worse.
This issue has been in existence for as long as the United States has.
The Learning Channel apparently learned nothing in the wake of Josh Duggar’s child molestation scandal, and fans are giving them hell on Facebook about it.
This is why we need to get money out of politics.
“I respect that you’ve taken on liberal special interests. But you’ve been backed by Republican special interests like the Koch brothers, right?”
If it had been anybody who isn’t a millionaire, they would be sitting behind bars right now.
Bernie Sanders explains how he has been able to win elections without corporate money.
You won’t believe what Gravity CEO Dan Price overheard after his $70K wage hike. ‘This is the best money I’ve ever spent in my life,’ he told CNN.
Do you think there is a more honest politician than Elizabeth Warren?
Corporate cash is the only thing holding up the Republican Party these days.
“I didn’t get into trouble, I was a quiet kid…”
Conservative Missouri Lt. Governor Makes $86,000 A Year, Says He’s ‘Impoverished’ And Needs More Money
The “fiscally” conservative Lieutenant Governor of Missouri is whining about his $86,000 per year salary, claiming that he is “impoverished” and needs a significant raise.
These crimes almost seem like they belong to the realm of spy novels, but unfortunately, it just represents the reality of what criminals are capable of doing in the 21st-century.
Pat Robertson Is Furious That People Want His Church To Pay Taxes That Rightfully Belong To Him…Er…God (VIDEO)
Pat Robertson is offended that anyone would want his church to pay taxes on massive donations that belong to him…or God…or whatever.
Robertson suggested they sell their belongings on eBay or go back to work. The one thing he didn’t tell them is to give a little less of their income to church so that they can take care of themselves.