Jerry Drucker: What started as Dirty Tricks had become outright lies, corruption, greed, obstruction and has currently turned into insanity with the most dysfunctional GOP Congress in our United States history.
Plutocracy, a term that dates back to the 1600s, is used when referring to a system where the wealthy classes of a society rule. Unlike systems such as democracy,capitalism, socialism or anarchism, plutocracy is not rooted in an established political philosophy and has no formal advocates, except of course, those who are in power. The articles posted in this category address plutocracy in the United States.
John MacMurrary: We still have gangsters like Sheldon Adelson, Bob Perry, and the Koch brothers working to steal our country. What we need is another Smedley Butler to stop them.
Tom Degan: As pissed off as the conservatives are about being taxed by the naughty negro in the White House, recent polling shows that the overwhelming majority of them are unaware of the fact that ninety-five percent of them are actually being taxed less under this president then they were under the previous one (Remember that guy?)
Friday Feedback: Obama’s all talk and no action on the oil gusher because his job is to usher in the new era of Plutocracy for the United States. His words are designed to appease us long enough for the Masters of the Universe to take complete control over our government.
Articles by H. Scott Prosterman, Sikivu Hutchinson, Anthony Samad, Walter Moss, Ivan Eland, Diane Lefer, Tom Hall, Ron Wolff, Rev. Irene Monroe, Mario Solis-Marich, Ed Rampell, Norman Solomon, Carl Matthes, Tina Dupuy, Andrea Christina Nill, Randy Shaw, Joseph Palermo, Michael Sigman, Caitlin Frazier, Paul Hogarth, Michelle Waslin, Sikivu Hutchinson, David A. Love, Shamus Cooke, Joseph Palermo, Jonathan Coopersmith, Carl Bloice, Linda Milazzo, Natasha Minsker, Romona Riptson;, Bob Letcher, Tom Degan, and Natalie Davis
Tom Degan: I have spent enough time in Kentucky to know that it is chock full of good, decent, and honorable citizens. Knowing this as I do, another perplexing question forces itself on my consciousness: Why would such wonderful and lovely people consistently send a flaming jerk like Mitch McConnell to represent them in Washington? It just doesn’t make any sense!
Joseph Palermo: With the hoopla at the CPAC convention and the hyperventilating on FOX News you’d think the Republicans are worried about something. With Citizens United and the Supreme Court in their pocket, and with the billionaires’ club and corporate America backing them, they’ll be back in power faster than you can say the words “President Marco Rubio.” That’s why the Democrats can’t afford to fail now.