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By From page A8 | December 31, 2012

Your Daily Republic has an online presence at www.dailyrepublic.com, and you can take an active role expressing your opinion about the articles you read. For example, last week’s piece, “Thank you Fairfield job creators,” had a discussion about “job creators.”

RLW wrote: “Job Creator.” Isn’t that a great term? The right invented it to label their wealthy patrons, because it sounds so much better than ‘the right’s wealthy patrons.’ I think they literally sit around a table and think up this stuff. We don’t have to be fools and fall for it.” . . . “Consumers, not suppliers, are the true job creators. The suppliers are followers; consumers are the leaders. Consumers should get the tax cuts and federal assistance.”

Mr. Practical contributed: “Actually, the first credited use of the term ‘job creators’ was by Ayn Rand. Debating whether consumers or suppliers are the job creators is a chicken or the egg argument and there is no right answer.”

To which RLW responded: “Suppliers are only job creators in that they respond to demand. Consumers . . . are the ones who create that demand. . . . (U)nfortunately, if the suppliers take the ideas out-of-country for production, minimal jobs are created here. The middle class contracts while the top 1 percent gets a greater share of national income. Ayn Rand wouldn’t care; she didn’t care. But she also lived in a world before a global economy, so she didn’t have ideas shaped by that phenomenon.”

Many studies have been done by congressional bean-counters and academia showing tax cuts for the 95 percent to 98 percent of us Americans on the bottom creates jobs, but there is really no noticeable effect on our nation’s economy when you cut taxes on the rich. If ordinary people can’t afford to buy, why would anyone ever invest in increased production?

The consumers, not the rich, are America’s real “job creators.” We need to scrap the idea that the wealthy are somehow, by definition, “job creators.” That term is simply a political marketing tool, designed to have workers vote for tax cuts for their bosses. These right-wing proposals to cut income taxes for the rich, deregulate industries, end estate taxes, and union-busting “right to work” legislation certainly generate more wealth for the wealthy, but do not create jobs.

“Wealth creation” is not “job creation.”

Today, like during the Great Depression, there exists a great disparity between the wealthy and everybody else. In the early 1970s the solid, rising correlation between American worker productivity and his wages diverged and has remained disconnected. Adjusted for inflation, a real American worker’s wages have been stuck at levels found in the 1970s even as our productivity soared.

The increased profits now all rise to the top and while the American middle class continues to get squeezed, today’s corporate bosses get many hundreds of times the pay of their workers. Today, American corporations are holding onto trillions of dollars of idle cash while still “downsizing,” trying to squeeze more and more productivity out of fewer and fewer workers.

Quality, loyalty and service suffer, but they don’t have columns on any corporate balance sheet, and when workers crumble, there are plenty more waiting to take their place at significantly lower wages and with fewer benefits.

Ayn Rand’s philosophy was pure, unadulterated selfishness and greed. She wrote “Atlas Shrugged” in 1957 when the top income tax rate was 90 percent, and the top corporate rate was 55 percent. There were valid reasons for complaint, but not today. Today, the wealthy and their corporations enjoy the lowest tax rates in many decades.

It’s senseless for right-wing politicians to continue pushing Ayn Rand’s dogma. Greed already won.

Care to comment?

Mike Kirchubel grew up in Fairfield and is the author of “Vile Acts of Evil – Banking in America.” He can be reached at [email protected]

Mike Kirchubel


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  • Mike kirchubelDecember 30, 2012 - 11:08 pm

    It's a very minor point, but the line is Not "a real American's wage", but "real American wages" The "real" refers to wages as adjusted for inflation, Not to the fact that the workers are really American.

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  • Why - Annie Lennox (With Lyrics)December 31, 2012 - 8:27 pm


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  • rlw895January 01, 2013 - 9:47 am

    Mike: I don't think that's such a minor point. Good correction.

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 01, 2013 - 3:27 pm

    It's not, I was just trying to be polite. The error came in the final editing and was beyond my control. I'm always avialable by phone, text, or email to answer any questions the editors may have, but sometimes changes are made and questions never asked.

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  • RLW895December 31, 2012 - 7:10 am

    Sure, I'll comment, Mike. Seems like I should! I found Ayn Rand's writings attractive when I was a college student and trying to understand how the world works. That can be a vulnerable time. I find that people who continue to adhere to Rand's philosophy (rather than her fiction, which is still interesting, taken in historical context), have not progressed, for whatever reason. It wasn't long after I spent some time living in the real world that I put Ayn Rand in her proper place: A Cold Warrior who developed the most extreme philosophy she could to oppose communism. If you want a scathing critique of Rand and others responsible for our financial meltdown, read Matt Taibbi's "Griftopia." Be prepared for some raw language.

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  • Mike KirchubelDecember 31, 2012 - 10:48 am

    RLW, this week, you'll have to split your D.R. pay with Mr. Practical. Sorry, but it's only fair.

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  • May the Blue Bird of Happiness tickle you Pink!December 31, 2012 - 10:31 pm

    Happy New Year*******http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHUgdwyxTF0

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  • VallejoanDecember 31, 2012 - 8:25 am

    “Consumers, not suppliers, are the true job creators." I've never heard it worded that way, but it's concise and accurate. No business that becomes successful caters to a demand that doesn't exist. After consumers, next in line as "job creators" are the small businesses. They employ half of all private sector employees, their growth adds more jobs to the economy, and more of those jobs are at the local level (i.e., everywhere, not just in business hubs). In order to stimulate the economy, it would make sense to cater more to the needs of small businesses and entrepreneurs, but both major parties cater to the large corporations. Perhaps what we really need are (real) controls on campaign financing and lobbying.

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  • Rich GiddensDecember 31, 2012 - 8:44 am

    Yes indeed--consumers create jobs and those jobs are now in China, India and Mexico thanks to your empty irrational rhetoric against ''the rich''--A term you use in the perjoritive but never precisely define. But let me help you out--''the rich'' is anybody who has a dollar more then you!

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  • Mike KirchubelDecember 31, 2012 - 12:32 pm

    Gosh, Rich, I didn't realize I had shipped ANY jobs overseas. I'm beginning to think that maybe you have a gross misunderstanding concerning what these articles are all about. Please, don't take them so personally. When I mention the "rich," I don't mean you, Rich, I'm talking about people of wealth. Does that help?

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  • Communist DogDecember 31, 2012 - 3:33 pm

    Dear Mike latly I see a lot of seinors complaing about fees at the senior center Most seniors vote GOP didnt they know to the GOP & R/W media Senior centers are tax payer funded that makes them Takers 47% moochers just what they voted against. I have to hand it to the GOP they are the masters of illiusion as we have just seen Jerry Brown has brought the state budget down to a$1.9 Billion shortfall yet our senior will vote aginst him next time he charged them fees

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  • rlw895January 01, 2013 - 9:25 am

    I'm trying to figure out how our "empty irrational rhetoric against 'the rich'" has caused jobs to be shipped overseas. Is this like blaming the victim? If that's as far as we go, we will never find the true causes and do anything about it. Come to think about it, that's we're being held by government inaction.

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  • rlw895January 01, 2013 - 9:50 am

    That's "where we're being held."

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  • RLDDecember 31, 2012 - 9:37 am

    Excellent article! America's economic strength comes from a strong consuming economy fueled by consumer income growth. That is the goose that lays the golden eggs. The goose must be fed with well paying jobs so that consumers can continue to consume. Outsourcing good jobs to China and replacing them with minimum wage jobs at McDonalds and Walmart starves the goose. Even Henry Ford, not known as a Liberal, understood this concept when he paid his employees wages that were above the prevailing market rates. When asked if this was an act of charity, he responded that it was economic common sense. "If they have extra money in their pockets they will be able to buy the cars they make." The Ayn Rand philosophy attempts to make a virtue out of the vice of Greed and Selfishness. It attracts greedy and selfish people looking for rationalization.

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  • This is really IMPORTANT PLEASEDecember 31, 2012 - 3:15 pm

    wwwinfowarscom......This is a very important episode, we really are at the beginning of the end. The Senate Bill addressing firearms will be used to totally disarm the American populace, which sets the scene for the easy declaration of Marshall law. These shootings have been STAGED PSYOPS. Tea Parties you need to rally against Diane Feinstein's Senate Bill plus it should NOT be approved by the House of Representatives, either (which is under Republican control). Please go to wwwinfowarscom and listen to today, Monday's episode. Please Under this law the ATF will be able to over step boundaries and take any firearm they designate as unsafe away from any person they designate as undesirable.

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  • RichDecember 31, 2012 - 4:19 pm

    Jobs and economic growth will not return until you create the conditions for it to happen. Raising taxes on the ''rich'' appeals to low information voters but doesnt work. The biggest problem is the spending at the fed and state level. Kenesian economic theory doesnt work. If you keep printing and spending money you will ignite the hyperinflation bomb that will destroy all.

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  • Tipping over the cliff in so many waysDecember 31, 2012 - 7:27 pm

    In 11 of the 50 states in the US, residents dependent on the government outnumber private sector workers........ “America is rapidly becoming a nation of takers,” economic blogger Michael Snyder writes. “An increasing number of Americans expect the government to take care of them from the cradle to the grave, and they expect the government to dig into the pockets of others in order to pay for it all.”........ Snyder explains that in the states California, New York, Illinois, Ohio, Maine, Kentucky, South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, New Mexico and Hawaii — all states won by US President Barack Obama during the November general election — the number of Americans dependent on government aid dwarf those going into work to receive a paycheck.......... According to a report published by the Heritage Foundation, 62 percent of government spending in fiscal year 2012 has gone towards entitlement programs that benefit needy Americans, with more than one-fifth of all of Uncle Sam’s funds going into Medicare, Medicaid and other health care programs.......... And although the United State spends more money on their military program than any other nation in the world, only 19 percent of government spending goes towards national defense. By comparison, that’s two-percentage points lower than the amount spent on Social Security.************http://rt.com/usa/news/government-assistance-us-people-961/*****

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  • Say Goodbye Norah JonesDecember 31, 2012 - 10:03 pm


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  • Interesting Green Screen workDecember 31, 2012 - 11:10 pm


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  • It don't come easyDecember 31, 2012 - 11:40 pm


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  • LyricsDecember 31, 2012 - 11:49 pm

    Got to pay your dues if you want to sing the blues... And you know it don't come easy... You don't have to shout or leap about... You can even play them easy... Forget about the past and all your sorrow... The future wont last... It will soon be your tomorrow........... I don't ask for much, I only want your trust... And you know it don't come easy... And this love of mine keeps growing all the time... And you know it don't come easy... Open up your heart, lets come together... Use a little luck, and we will make it work out better............ Got to pay your dues if you want to sing the blues..... And you know it don't come easy.... You don't have to shout or leap about... You can even play them easy... Please remember peace is how we make it... Here withing your reach, is your freedom to take it... I don't ask for much, I only want your trust... And you know it don't come easy... (de de de) growing all the time... And you know it don't come easy......Actually it is all so easy fof them, just go back to sleep, don't WAKE UP, it will all be over soon, they are from the government and they are here to help, everything will be all right, give them your guns, take your tainted vaccinations, drink your flouride poisoned water, bamb the c(r)ap out of innocent people in foreign countries, bail out another too big to fail bank, Liberals that's right the Democrats will save you, Conservatives that's right the Republicans will save you, it will all be OK....zzzzzzzzzzzzs

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  • Today Tuesday on...January 01, 2013 - 2:14 pm

    wwwinfowarscom.....On this New Year's Day edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex continues to run down the threat posed to the Second Amendment by Obama and the Democrats in Congress as Senator Dianne Feinstein prepares to introduce gun registration and confiscation legislation later this week. On today's show, Alex talks with Suzanna Hupp, a former Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives. Hupp became a leading advocate of an individual's right to carry a concealed weapon after she survived the 1991 Luby's massacre in Killeen, Texas. Alex also covers other important news and takes your calls on this first show of the new year.

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  • Obama's Science CzarJanuary 01, 2013 - 2:23 pm

    These ideas (among many other equally horrifying recommendations) were put forth by John Holdren, whom Barack Obama has recently appointed Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, and Co-Chair of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology -- informally known as the United States' Science Czar. In a book (Book titled..Ecoscience) Holdren co-authored in 1977, the man now firmly in control of science policy in this country wrote that:........... • Women could be forced to abort their pregnancies, whether they wanted to or not;....... • The population at large could be sterilized by infertility drugs intentionally put into the nation's drinking water or in food;......... • Single mothers and teen mothers should have their babies seized from them against their will and given away to other couples to raise;........ • People who "contribute to social deterioration" (i.e. undesirables) "can be required by law to exercise reproductive responsibility" -- in other words, be compelled to have abortions or be sterilized....... • A transnational "Planetary Regime" should assume control of the global economy and also dictate the most intimate details of Americans' lives -- using an armed international police force********http://zombietime.com/john_holdren/****

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  • Wiping countries off the MapJanuary 01, 2013 - 2:34 pm

    **************Google Global Research..“Wiping Countries Off the Map”: Who’s Failing the “Failed States”.....The planned break-up of Syria as a sovereign state is part of an integrated regional military and intelligence agenda which includes Lebanon, Iran and Pakistan. According to the “predictions” of the National Intelligence Council, the breakup of Pakistan is slated to occur in the course of the next three years.

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  • Sandy Hook stagedJanuary 01, 2013 - 2:38 pm


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  • Declassified Mind Control ProjectsJanuary 01, 2013 - 3:01 pm


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  • Bilderberger MembersJanuary 01, 2013 - 3:44 pm

    Among the elitist membership or Illuminati attendees at Bilderberg meetings is David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Lloyd Bentsen, Helmut Kohl, Prince Charles, Prince Juan Carlos I of Spain, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Katharine Graham, Alice Rivlin, Gerald Ford, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Dan Quayle, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin L. Powell, John Edwards, Bill Bradley, Bill Richardson, Christopher Dodd,.....( DIANNE FEINSTEIN )......, Kathleen Sebelius, Alexander Haig, Ralph E. Reed, George Stephanopoulos, William J McDonough (former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York), U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner, George Soros, Paul Volcker & Alan Greenspan (former Chairman of the Federal Reserve), Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, World Bank president Robert Zoellick, H. J. Heinz II (CEO of H. J. Heinz Company), Peter A. Thiel (Co-Founder, PayPal), Hillary ClintonEric E. Schmidt (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Google), Lloyd Blankfein (CEO of Goldman Sachs), Rupert Murdoch, Donald E. Graham (Chairman of the Board of The Washington Post Company), William F. Buckley, Jr. (founder of National Review and former host of Firing Line), Peter Jennings, George Will, Lesley Stahl, Bill D. Moyers, and many others. The list includes prominent persons in politics, the military, financial institutions, major corporations, academia, and the media. Leaders of the Bilderberg Club argue that discretion is necessary to allow participants in the debates to speak freely without being on the record or reported publicly. Wikipedia recently deleted the Bilderberg attendees list, citing it to be possibly defamatory towards living persons. Why are the Davos World Economic Forum and G8 meetings carried in every newspaper, given front page coverage, with thousands of journalists in attendance, while no one covers Bilderberg Club meetings even though they are annually attended by Presidents of the International Monetary Fund, The World Bank, Federal Reserve, chairmen of 100 most powerful corporations in the world such as DaimlerChrysler, Coca Cola, British Petroleum, Chase Manhattan Bank, American Express, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Vice Presidents of the United States, Directors of the CIA and the FBI, General Secretaries of NATO, American Senators and members of Congress, European Prime Ministers and leaders of opposition parties, top editors and CEOs of the leading newspapers in the world. Absolutely no one outside

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  • Relevent because we see Revelation being fulfilledJanuary 01, 2013 - 3:50 pm


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  • Playing Games w/NDAAJanuary 01, 2013 - 4:08 pm

    Here we see both sides Democrats and Republicans playing games with the National Defence Authorizion Act....Observe then let me explain...,Over the past year I and other plaintiffs including Noam Chomsky and Daniel Ellsberg have pressed a lawsuit in the federal courts to nullify Section 1021(b)(2) of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). This egregious section, which permits the government to use the military to detain U.S. citizens, strip them of due process and hold them indefinitely in military detention centers, could have been easily fixed by Congress. The Senate and House had the opportunity this month to include in the 2013 version of the NDAA an unequivocal statement that all U.S. citizens would be exempt from 1021(b)(2), leaving the section to apply only to foreigners. But restoring due process for citizens was something the Republicans and the Democrats, along with the White House, refused to do. The fate of some of our most basic and important rights—ones enshrined in the Bill of Rights as well as the Fourth and Fifth amendments of the Constitution—will be decided in the next few months in the courts. If the courts fail us, a gulag state will be cemented into place. Sens. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and Mike Lee, R-Utah, pushed through the Senate an amendment to the 2013 version of the NDAA. The amendment, although deeply flawed, at least made a symbolic attempt to restore the right to due process and trial by jury. A House-Senate conference committee led by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., however, removed the amendment from the bill last week. “I was saddened and disappointed that we could not take a step forward to ensure at the very least American citizens and legal residents could not be held in detention without charge or trial,” Feinstein said in a statement issued by her office. “To me that was a no-brainer.”............So the game "THEY" Illuminati/Illuminati affilates play is Mrs. Feinstein proposes what looks like a pro-American liberty change, knowing before hand that it will not pass....this makes her look like a "good guy". The Senate, House, Executive, Judicial Branches all play these games. They tally up votes and players and can then propose things they know will or won't pass, but it sets them up to "look good", it is all a game. A really quick read, cheap used book on amazon that explains some of this is...The Ruling Class: Inside the Imperial Congress by Eric Felten. Mrs Feinstein - Illuminati?, Mr McCain - Illuminati?.

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  • GoogleJanuary 01, 2013 - 4:14 pm

    The Final Battle by Chris Hedges......Reference for above, link would not post.

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  • Today Wednesday on...January 02, 2013 - 7:36 pm

    wwwinfowarscom.....On the Wednesday, January 2 broadcast of the Alex Jones Show, Alex breaks down the continued threat imposed against Americans' right to bear arms as he revisits a U.S. Army manual outlining exactly how gun confiscation under Obama order would take place. Alex also blasts the traitorous Republicans completely selling out to the New World Order by “compromising” on the so-called fiscal cliff, begetting a 41:1 ratio of tax increases to spending cuts. On today's show, Alex welcomes weather weapon expert and Iran-Contra affair whistle-blower Bob Fletcher. We'll also break down other news items and take your calls. WAKE UP PEOPLE

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  • Please IT IS SO IMPORTANTJanuary 02, 2013 - 7:57 pm

    Listen to the above program...click on Windows Media. at wwwinforwarscom. IS MARSHALL LAW GOING TO BE DECLARED, is the economic collapse coming within months. MILITARY and POLICE WAKE UP....we all took an oath to Defend our rights, the Constitution. Please educate yourselves.

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  • Diane Feinstein is the 1%January 02, 2013 - 8:31 pm

    In 1969, Feinstein was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. She remained on the Board for nine years......... During her tenure on the Board of Supervisors, she unsuccessfully ran for mayor of San Francisco twice, in 1971 against mayor Joseph Alioto, and in 1975, when she lost the contest for a runoff slot (against George Moscone) by one percentage point, to supervisor John Barbagelata............... She was elected president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1978 with initial opposition from Quentin Kopp............ On November 27, 1978, San Francisco mayor George Moscone and supervisor Harvey Milk were assassinated by a rival politician, Dan White, who had resigned from the Board of Supervisors only two weeks prior. Feinstein was close by in City Hall at the time of the shootings, and discovered Milk's body after hearing the gunshots and going to investigate. Later that day at a press conference originally organized by Moscone to announce White's successor, Feinstein announced the assassinations to the stunned public, stating: "As president of the board of supervisors, it's my duty to make this announcement. Both Mayor Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk have been shot and killed."[15]........... Feinstein appears in archival footage and is credited in the Academy Award-winning documentary film The Times of Harvey Milk (1984). She appears again briefly in archival footage, announcing the death of Moscone and Milk in the 2008 film Milk. Feinstein and her position as President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are also alluded to several times in the movie, and a portrayal of her character has a few off-screen lines...... As president of the Board of Supervisors upon the death of Mayor Moscone, Feinstein succeeded to the mayoralty on December 4, 1978.............. Feinstein graduated from Convent of the Sacred Heart High School (California) in 1951 and from Stanford University in 1955 with a B.A. in History................ In 1956, she married Jack Berman (died 2002), a colleague in the San Francisco District Attorney's Office. Feinstein and Berman divorced three years later. Their daughter, Katherine Feinstein Mariano (b. 1957), has been the presiding judge of the San Francisco Superior Court for twelve years, through 2012.[8][9]................... In 1962, shortly after beginning her career in politics, Feinstein married neurosurgeon Bertram Feinstein; her second husband died of colon cancer in 1978............... In 1980, Feinstein married Richard C. Blum, an investment banker. In 2003, Feinstein was ranked the fifth-wealthiest senator, with an estimated net worth of $26 million.[10] By 2005 her net worth had increased to between $43 million and $99 million.[11] Her 347-page financial-disclosure statement[12] – characterized by the San Francisco Chronicle as "nearly the size of a phone book" – draws clear lines between her assets and those of her husband, with many of her assets in blind trusts.[13]...................Also Also Also WHY WHY WHY Is our own FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Stocking up on Bullets for Domestic use? and what about 500,000 premanufacturered coffins? See Operation Garden Plot.

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  • Interesting ColumbineJanuary 02, 2013 - 8:48 pm

    Harris family was Military MK Ultra?*****http://extras.denverpost.com/news/shot0502b.htm******

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  • Budget miss-dealJanuary 02, 2013 - 10:03 pm

    In addition to kicking the fiscal can down the road, the so-called compromise finally did away with the illusion that Republicans are opposed to increasing the tax load on millions of Americans............... The Congressional Budget Office reports the deal cuts only $15 billion in spending while increasing tax revenues by $620 billion, what amounts to a 41:1 ratio of tax increases to spending cuts.............. The Senate bill allows the so-called payroll tax holiday to expire, which will raise taxes on all Americans who earn an income. Democrats said this is not the case, that taxes will not rise, but the truth is the tax burden on working Americans will go up by at least 2 percent.................. The wealth creators and producers — the entrepreneurs, small business owners, and maligned “rich” taxpayers — earning over $400,000 will see their top tax rate increase to 39.6 percent................. In addition, the double tax on dividends and capital gains will increase from 15 percent to 20 percent, thus adding more disincentive for the producers to create wealth that translates into jobs and prosperity for millions of Americans................. The supposed compromise adds incrementally to the long-term goal of impoverishing America and making sure its ability to create wealth is irreparably broken..........*****http://www.infowars.com/fiscal-cliff-deal-more-taxes-more-poverty/****

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  • Today Thursday onJanuary 03, 2013 - 9:58 pm

    wwwinfowarscom.......On the Thursday, January 3 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex continues his coverage of anti-Second Amendment moves on the federal and state level as gun sales set new records following the Sandy Hook massacre and a heightened government propaganda push to gain consensus on a renewed effort to grab guns steam rolls across the establishment media. On today's show, Alex talks with author, journalist and political commentator Jerome Corsi. Mr. Corsi is the author of Where's the Birth Certificate? and The Obama Nation: Leftist Politics and the Cult of Personality.

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  • What is.....January 03, 2013 - 10:03 pm

    The Jack in the Beanstalk Gaint's favorite snacks....Anyone......Anyone?

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  • AnswerJanuary 04, 2013 - 11:44 am

    The Giants favorite snacks are.....a Muffin Man (Don't ya know) or Eskimo Pies.

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  • A Favorite song of the Bluebird of c(r)appinessJanuary 03, 2013 - 11:03 pm


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  • Lord I believe in YouJanuary 03, 2013 - 11:21 pm


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  • LyricsJanuary 03, 2013 - 11:25 pm

    Though I can't see Your holy face... And Your throne in heaven above... It seems so far away... And though I can't touch your nail scarred hands... I have a deep unspeakable joy... That makes my faith to stand.......... Chorus: Lord, I believe in You... I'll always believe in You... Though I can't see you with my eyes... Deep in my heart... Your presence I find... Lord, I believe in You... And I'll keep my trust in You... Let this whole world say what they may... No one can take this joy away... Lord, I believe........... Enviado del cielo... Es aquel escogido por Dios... Eres el único y cierto camino... Hasta su Corazón... Moriste en la Cruz... Resucitaste y Hoy vives en mi... Venciste al pecado y la muerte... y ahora soy libre al fin........ Chorus: Cristo yo creo en ti... Yo siempre Creere en ti... Aunque no pueda verte Señor... Eres Real en mi Corazón... Cristo yo creo en ti... Por siempre creere en ti... Aunque se niegue en mundo a creer... No dejare mi gozo perder... Lord I Believe........ Chorus: Lord, I believe in You... I'll always believe in You... Though I can't see you with my eyes... Deep in my heart... Your presence I find... Lord, I believe in You... And I'll keep my trust in You... Let this whole world say what they may... No one can take this joy away... Lord, I believe.....

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  • Congressional Chart - InterestingJanuary 03, 2013 - 11:59 pm

    Fourth try**************https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Politics_of_California

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  • CA Legislature, 2013–2014January 04, 2013 - 12:20 am


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  • ????Federal Tax BracketsJanuary 04, 2013 - 12:39 am

    **********http://www.mydollarplan.com/tax-brackets/****So over 400K bracket goes up to 39.6%, so anybody making that or over is "rich"?

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  • Today Friday on....January 04, 2013 - 11:08 am

    wwwinfowarscom.........On the Friday, January 4 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex runs down the war being waged on the Second Amendment and the debt bubble that continues to metastasize out of control reaching now $16 trillion. Alex also welcomes executive director of Gun Owners of America Larry Pratt to discuss the red level alert that has ammo and firearms flying off American gun store shelves. Also on the show today, trends forecaster Gerald Celente joins us to break down the looming financial crisis and how to prepare for what's to come. We'll also cover other news items and take your calls.

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  • Danger ZoneJanuary 04, 2013 - 11:10 am


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  • Check this outJanuary 04, 2013 - 11:34 am

    DHS Buys 200,000 More Rounds of Ammunition @ infowarscom......Seems to me we need to start arresting people at the top for treason, but how to do this?

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  • StRJanuary 04, 2013 - 11:15 am


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  • Tell us aboutJanuary 04, 2013 - 11:19 am

    The Dept of Homeland Security....the Fusion Centers....DEA.....ATF...NSA...CIA...FBI and who the dark elements of these agencies really work for. What is the current status of the dollar as it relates to being the petro-dollar. How much oil is being shipped to China (the illuminati is buidling up Chian to be the new industrial center and its citizens as the slave labor)

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  • Meant ChinaJanuary 04, 2013 - 11:23 am

    How do China and Russia play into the one world currency scheme. Is there any real resistance to globalism from the Chinese and Russian Governments? Who are the top Players (Illumiati tools) in these countries. China has a Central bank correct? Does Russia have a Central Bank?

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  • Google this combinationJanuary 04, 2013 - 12:21 pm

    ....Al Gore Al jazeera Feinstein....----The Rich get Richer.....Feinstein's Husband Also Cashes in on Current Sale to Al Jazeera ... Al Gore walked off with selling his low-rated cable outfit to Al Jazeera.

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  • The Democrat/Republican Tag TeamJanuary 04, 2013 - 12:31 pm

    The Failures of NAFTA...... BY Catie Duckworth, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs – Posted on June 19, 2012........... On December 8, 1993, a triumphant President Bill Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Association (NAFTA) bill into law. Reflecting popular sentiment, he praised this monumental economic treaty by stating, “I believe we have made a decision now that will permit us to create an economic order in the world that will promote more growth, more equality, better preservation of the environment, and a greater possibility of world peace.” Initially, NAFTA supporters promised a plethora of benefits for the countries of North America. American proponents promised that NAFTA would create more jobs reflecting higher wages in the United States,(1) while also reducing the U.S. trade deficit with Mexico and Canada.(2) Mexican leaders claimed that the bill had the potential to create a sizable and revitalized middle class in Mexico by raising wages and strengthening living conditions for its impoverished citizens. Mexican President Carlos Salinas, whose administration had been tarnished by charges of corruption, proclaimed that NAFTA would, at long last, enable Mexico to join the developed world.(3) Likewise, leaders from both countries pitched NAFTA as a solution to illegal migration across the U.S.-Mexico border; with more and better-paying jobs, as well as cheaper goods in Mexico, the United States would no longer be an attractive land of opportunity.(4) Regrettably, the majority of these promises never materialized. The limited benefits that have resulted from NAFTA have been overshadowed by its numerous failures, which have both negatively affected the United States and greatly harmed Mexico, especially in the agricultural sector...........NAFTA was pushed through by both the Democrats and the Republican and finally signed by Clinton/Gore

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  • Youtube this....January 04, 2013 - 2:15 pm

    Frank Tallerico, Jr. - The Impact on Children......Also in Nebraska were I am from you can kind of see the impact of the NAFTA highway, in that they revamped a 2 lane highway making it a 4 lane highway, but do not put entrance/exit ramps onto the small towns previously served by the 2 lane highway, this effectivly closes off the small communities. Also they are letting the rural small bridges collapse, cutting off the farms. What about all the GMO crops we are all basically forced to grow. There is no such thing as universal service as mail delivery becomes difficult, also rural phone and power lines are not kept up. They are making us more and more dependent so that independent farmers can not grow crops to feed us and keep the US self sufficient food wise. Look how they have cut off the water to Central California, they do not want us to be able to feed ourselves.

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  • Google...January 04, 2013 - 2:25 pm

    Silent no more Publications

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  • Tired Of ItJanuary 04, 2013 - 6:38 pm

    Please stop posting this stuff.

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  • rlw895January 05, 2013 - 9:32 am

    Mike, you're site is infested with trolls! Or maybe just one very busy and lonely troll.

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  • Mike kirchubelJanuary 05, 2013 - 9:44 am

    The only person i thought might be a real troll has moved on to happier hunting grounds.

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  • rlw895January 05, 2013 - 7:53 pm

    So what do we call these?

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