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WIKIPEDIA SAYS ACCUSATIONS AGAINST NEWSPAPER CONNECTED TO GOLD BAR ATTORNEY ARE UNTRUE

September 11, 2012

(MONROE, WA) -- An official from Wikipedia has confirmed that claims originating from someone alleging to be Gold Bar, Washington attorney Anne Block in an email threat to a newspaper, as well as blog postings regarding the matter, are false and that the newspaper was correct in its assertion that it sourced appropriately information about Ms. Block for a news story.

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN NATIONS CUT TAXES ON THEIR RICHEST CITIZENS?
Not what some might think


August 16, 2012

News & Opinion by Sam Pizzigati



(NATIONAL) -- What happens when nations cut taxes for their richest citizens?

Economists Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez, two of the world's most respected authorities on the incomes of rich people, have a straightforward answer: In nations that slash tax rates on high incomes, the rich significantly increase their share of national income.

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THE AUDACITY OF WTF
Billionaires buying
civic mindshare


May 26, 2012

Weíre getting used to whatís been going on during this campaign.  Thatís dangerous.  We should be reminding ourselves just how strange it is.

Start with this: Billionaires are buying civic mindshare.

Thatís right. A web of plutocrats, guided by a cadre of Karl Roves, is backing their ideal front man, Mitt Romney. Thanks to Frank Luntz, their class is known as the jobs creators, rather than, say, the Robber Barons, and pointing this out is known as class warfare.


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THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS NO ONE WILL GIVE THIS YEAR

May 24, 2012

Opinion
By Robert Reich


Members of the Class of 2012,

As a former secretary of labor and current professor, I feel I owe it to you to tell you the truth about the pieces of parchment youíre picking up today.

Youíre f*cked.

Well, not exactly. But you wonít have it easy.

First, youíre going to have a hell of a hard time finding a job. The job market youíre heading into is still bad. Fewer than half of the graduates from last yearís class have as yet found full-time jobs. Most are still looking.


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LOOK WHATíS COMING WHEN YOU RETIRE:
INDENTURED SERVITUDE
Social Security money garnished over old student debts


May 20, 2012

By Ellen Brown


The Social Security program ... represents our commitment as a society to the belief that workers should not live in dread that a disability, death, or old age could leave them or their families destitute.  -President Jimmy Carter, December 20, 1977.


[This law] assures the elderly that America will always keep the promises made in troubled times a half century ago ... [The Social Security Amendments of 1983 are] a monument to the spirit of compassion and commitment that unites us as a people.    - President Ronald Reagan, April 20, 1983.

So said Presidents Carter and Regan, but that was before 1996, when Congress voted to allow federal agencies to offset portions of Social Security payments to collect debts owed to those agencies. (31 U.S.C. ß3716.) Now, we read of horror stories like this:

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