The government is a good boogeyman. But understand what it means because it is the confusion that the plutocracy wants. The government is “we the people.”
Stop believing the fallacy that the private sector is inherently more efficient than the public sector. The U.S Postal Service is probative that math works.
The powers-that-be brainwashed Americans into believing that the government was some third entity instead of the reality that it is we-the-people.
Conservatives believed their own rhetoric about not needing government. Willful gullibility failed miserably as the opposite was proven.
Here is our answer to a Panamanian American who called into Politics Done Right shocked that Americans are not in a more protesting mood on the streets given today’s realities. He recalls how others protest their governments elsewhere.
Historically, the high-water mark for American dissatisfaction with government was the 1970s — the era of Vietnam, Nixon and Watergate.
Once we understand what these Right Wing Conservative Republicans mean about small government it is clear how we must counteract their hypocrisy.
Sometimes it is important to look beyond the immediate good deeds of government officials and look back to what they represent.
Jon Stewart gets what most in the traditional media have been hesitant to point out with regards to the real reasons for our government’s dysfunction.
Many in the rich or wealthy class continue to complain about being overtaxed. They do so even as they receive preferential tax treatment. They do not pay social security tax (12.4%) on any of their income above $17,000. The rich make most of their income from capital gains. The working middle class makes most of […]