Tag Archives: Government

Washington Rules

In the mid to late nineties there was apparently leaked a list of “Washington Rules” as a training tool for new staff members in Congress. These rules, if applied, were sure to lead one on to a successful career in … Continue reading

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A Brief Lesson on Power: Who Governs the Government?

“Were ‘the government’ in control, why would all of ‘its’ power and resources be dedicated to making the lives and bank accounts of this technerati, public largess dependent financiers, and the sociopathic tools occupying executive suites, so remunerative and comfortable? … Continue reading

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The bottomless pit of arbitrary accounting

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The 1% and the 47%

by Paul Street The Narcissism of the Few Liberals and others have given Mr. 01 Percent Mitt Romney a well-deserved spanking for his vicious comments on “the 47 percent” at an elite fundraiser earlier this year. I am referring, of … Continue reading

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George Carlin: Rights and Privileges

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George Carlin on Mind Control, Euphemisms & Bourgeois Feminists

(from “Doin’ It Again” – 1992) Government wants to tell you things you can’t say because they’re against the law, or you can’t say this because it’s against a regulation, or here’s something you can’t say because its a…secret; “You … Continue reading

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Class Conflict

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Conservative Principles*

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A Joke About Politics

Little Johnny came home from school one day and said to his father, “Dad, what can you tell me about politics? I have to learn about it for school tomorrow.” The father thought some and said, “Okay, son, the best … Continue reading

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