“America elected a parasite.”
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So much for “buy American,” right?
Republicans are lying when they claim to be “fiscally conservative,” and Donald Trump’s wall proves it.
Billionaires hold cities and states hostage with the threat of moving their favorite sports teams if they don’t get money for new stadiums, but food stamp recipients are leeches on society. The irony. It burns.
Bernie Sanders wants you to know how thankful Walmart is for U.S. taxpayers.
The American dream was ‘built on the backs of African slaves,’ Chomsky explains.
Duck Dynasty Bigots Rob Louisiana Taxpayers Of $70,000 Per Episode All While Opposing Welfare For Poor People
Even though the Robertson family preaches about how evil government welfare is, they seem to be happy getting welfare themselves.
While this GOP congressman whines about poor kids getting free school lunches, he stuffs his own face with $4,182 in meals and charges it to US taxpayers.
McDonald’s took down its heavily criticized resource site, saying that the negative publicity and scrutiny was unwarranted and didn’t help their workers.
This victory in federal court against tax exemptions for preachers is a major one, but it’s still just a small step toward what must be done.
Virginia’s GOP governor is the gift that keeps on giving. Bob McDonnell’s illicit gifts scandal will cost taxpayers over $570,000 in legal fees.
Prison officers were so afraid of getting killed at work that they would often talk amongst themselves about who was going to die first.
Apple CEO’s defense of tax avoidance and demands for even lower taxes shows how multinational corporations are making the world’s governments broke.
A judge in Atlanta, Georgia has ordered President Obama to show up at a hearing concerning a complaint filed by a citizen of the state who contends that Mr. Obama is not a natural-born citizen and therefore should be removed from the ballot in the Georgia Presidential primary.
Do you have a penny in your pocket? Well, if you do, you have more money in your pocket than the income taxes paid by GE, Wells Fargo, Exxon-Mobil, Citibank, and Bank of America combined. That’s right, these corporations and many more like them do NOT pay taxes like real people do. Instead, these greedy, ultra rich corporations make billions in profit, exploit tax loopholes, and some even get subsidies from the government.