Monthly Archives: March 2011

Tracking the Growth of American Authoritarianism

“Can There Really Be Fascist People In A Democracy?”
Libertarians are stealthily taking over America.

Since the 1971 Powell Memo, America has moved closer and closer to Fascism.

 

Bad Deeds for 3-30-2011

  U.S. Corporations Not Paying Taxes, But Getting Paid by Taxpayers – America’s largest corporation, General Electric, did not pay any taxes on their $15 billion in profits last year and instead got a $3 billion tax refund.1 But it … Continue reading

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Bad Deed Special: Republicans are Transferring Wealth to the Rich

As seen below, if Republicans would stop giving our national wealth away to their rich friends, the majority of the people in this country would not have to suffer so much: Republicans want to cut $11.2 billion from early childhood … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-26-2011

  Republican Bill Would Shut Down Down Weather Satellites – The Republican-controlled Congress took steps to eliminate $700 million in funding for NOAA’s satellite program in its bill to fund the federal government for the remainder of the fiscal year … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-25-2011

  Indiana Prosecutor Told Wisconsin Governor to Stage ‘False Flag’ Operation – Emails show that an Indiana prosecutor and Republican activist suggested Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker stage a fake attack on himself to discredit unions protesting his budget repair bill. … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-24-2011

  House Republican Budget Cuts Would Strangle Innovation – Instead of proposing a budget that invests in future clean-tech jobs, the proposed House Republican budget turns back the clock to the Bush administration era when there was relatively little investment … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-18-2011

  Republican Plan to Sharply Cut Federal Spending Will Destroy 700,000 Jobs Through 2012 -A report, by Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi says the Republican plan to sharply cut federal spending this year would destroy 700,000 jobs through 2012. … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-17-2011

  U.S Giving As Much As $62 Billion in Subsidies Each Year to Fossil Fuel Companies While We Complain About the Deficit – Estimates of the value of US federal subsidies to the domestic oil and gas industry alone (not … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-16-2011

  Republican View of the Mentally Ill: Ship Them to Siberia to Freeze to Death – New Hampshire Republican State SenatorMartin Harty told Sharon Omand, a Strafford resident who manages a community mental health program, that “the world is too … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-4-2011

  Texas State Senator Proposes Cuts for Public School Funding, But Proposes State Funded Textbooks for Private Schools – Senate Finance Committee Chairman Steve Ogden filed a constitutional amendment on Monday that, if approved, would make it the state’s responsibility … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-2-2011; Volume 2

  Fox News Reporter Lies About Being Punched During Protest – Fox News reporter Mike Tobin, reporting from amid the massive demonstration in Wisconsin on Friday, claimed that one of the protesters “punched” him in the arm. Tobin’s allegation that … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 3-2-2011

  The Koch Brothers Latest Acquisition: Wisconsin – Does Wisconsin have a short-term budget deficit? Yes, but only because of the $141 million in special-interest tax breaks that Governor Scott Walker pushed through in January. Does Wisconsin have a long-term … Continue reading

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