Editorial Cartoon: Wall St. Headquarters


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  1. And we all know what comes out of the backside of a bull……that’s what the middle class will get out of the 1%er controlling the Hill with the Koch Brothers buying politicians for profit.

    Expose the Koch Brothers….they want to repeal Social Security, Medicare, EPA, Food Programs for the Poor, the ACA, etc. They have duped the Religious Right and Republicans to vote against their own best interests like higher wages, equal rights for women and education. They began and funded the Tea Party and other radical organizations to limit the middle class and make the rich even richer.

    These are truly evil men who will erode America’s freedoms and the Constitution our forefather’s shed their blood for.

  2. Isn’t that the way it has mostly been over the past 50 years? And don’t we have government by bribry called “campaign contributions” and ruled by SCOTUS as free speech?

    The criminal class is in charge of the government and rules SCOTUS as well. Law and individual rights are the sacrificial lamb of this system of government.

  3. The United States is on the verge of a retirement crisis. For the first time in living memory, it seems likely that living standards for those over the age of 65 will begin to decline as compared to those who came before them—and that’s without taking into account the possibility that Social Security benefits will be cut at some point in the future.
    The culprit? That same thing Mathisen celebrated: the 401(k), along with the other instruments of do-it-yourself retirement. Not only did they not make us millionaires as self-appointed pundits like Mathisen promised, they left very many of us with very little at all.

    You might be tempted to ask “what went wrong,” but a better question might be “why did we ever expect this to work at all?” It’s not, after all, like we weren’t warned. As early as 1986,
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    401(k)s are a sham

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