Really? Someone that is building the biggest home in America, a 90,000-square-foot $100 million mansion is worried about the Obama administration and their policies. Here is another of the 1% that does not support America, they support themselves and the greed machine. If you have enough money to have that kind of home don’t you think you can give some back to the great land and people that put you in that home? What a total piece of crap.
Just stuff that I come across on the Internet that makes me sick! Can’t the 1% just suck it up and pay their fair share. Mark Cuban said he has no problem paying higher taxes, same with Warren Buffett. This guy doesn’t deserve his good fortune. Make sure to read the articles and the letter he allegedly sent to his employees and feel free to put in your 2 cents, if you have that much left after the 1% gets their share.
I thought that this post was good reading and even some of the replies were pretty good also. Either way I think that Government salaries need to be looked at with a microscope. In this economy people should not be getting grotesque galleries when Firemen are volunteers, Police Officers get low pay and America’s soldiers get shot at and blown up for peanuts.
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Agencies Pile Up Unnecessary Printing Costs – $930 Million
Encouraging federal employees to hit “print” less could save taxpayers $930 million.
A report finds that federal agencies – excluding the Department of Defense (DOD) – spend nearly $1.3 billion a year on office printing. Of these printing costs, the study identifies $440.4 million a year – 34 percent – spent on unnecessary printing. These figures do not include the funds agencies spend to publish various documents for public consumption, but rather the estimated annual printing expenditures based on the average federal civilian employee.
“Free” Grateful Dead Archive – (Santa Cruz, CA) $615,000
Grateful Dead chose a public institution to archive the band‘s memorabilia “because the whole idea of it being public and free was important to them,” yet taxpayers are paying $615,000 to make the band‘s archives “free” and “public.”
Museum Where Neon Signs Go to Die… – (Las Vegas, NV) $1.8
Did you ever wonder where the flashy and colorful signs in Las Vegas go when they die? The city of Las Vegas has received a $5.2 million federal grant to build the Neon Boneyard Park and Museum, including $1.8 million in 2010.9 Over the last decade, Museum supporters have gathered and displayed over 150 old Las Vegas neon signs, such as those from the Golden Nugget and Silver Slipper casinos.
On teenage rebellion, thwarted: “Nothing had changed. I was still the same person with the same stupid clothes and the same baby toys. The house was still library quiet and Richard Marx was still my favorite singer.”
Listen to Robert Okaji read his haunting poem, “The Draft”: “Yesterday I walked to the sea / and looking into its deep crush / sensed something unseen washing / out, between tides and a shell-cut foot”
“Stuck in her mouth was a single blade of green grass, her last effort to stave off dehydration, hypothermia, starvation, as if by swallowing that blade she could puke up death itself, like a hairball, and be well again.”
At Horseradish Ranch, the farmers are dedicated to “regenerating our land and ecosystem through holistic management, and are committed to providing gmo-free, regional foods with practices that build soil fertility, don’t deplete our water resources, and encourage biodiversity.”
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