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More infuriating news about the 1 percent
Say you feel strongly about the income inequality in the U.S.A. And say you think the 1 percent are getting away with a lot of things, on top of their moola. Say you blame it on Wall Street or our … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, Politics, The filthy rich, The War On Workers Tagged Law and government agencies, law and state governments, lawsuits of the filthy rich, tax law Comments Off on More infuriating news about the 1 percent
Don’t spend your money where? Texas, of course.
In the September 15, 2011 Washington Spectator, there’s so much radically horrifying news about Rick Perry I could quote the whole issue. But won’t. Instead, I’m putting the Spectator’s website/blog thing on my Sites of Interest →, since the Spectator … Continue reading
Posted in The Facts of Life Tagged "tort reform", class action lawsuits, individuals lawsuits against corporations, Law and government agencies, law and state governments Comments Off on Don’t spend your money where? Texas, of course.