American politics' number one weasel and 2012 Bilderberg attendee, Willard "Mitt" Romney (R-Utah), is pushing Congress to appoint special commissions to "reform" (cut) Social Security and Medicare under the guise of Homeland Security. The bill's title is a perfect misnomer: Time to Rescue United States Trusts Act (TRUST). The "security" farce is that public health … Continue reading “TRUST” Act can end Social Security as we know it – fast track rules for approval – only two hours debate!
Any group that includes such seemingly diverse guests as Lindsay Graham, Wilbur Ross, Madeline Albright, Herb McMaster, John Kerry, Rick Perry and Ben Bernanke can't be called political, so what's left to describe it? These folks and their ilk will be celebrating once again as the Bilderberg Group meets for the 66th time on June … Continue reading 2018 Bilderberg Group listing includes familiar names of America’s leading power brokers
President Donald Trump must have been distracted, while rubbing his gold-plated putter, when the Cabinet and the West Wing top birds were being anointed, because only golf daydreaming easily explains: H. R. McMaster, James Mattis, Rick Perry and Wilbur Ross - Bilderberg Group participants. Gary Cohn, Dina Habib Powell and Steven Mnuchin - Goldman Sachs Rex … Continue reading Kochs win again as their boy, Marc, short-circuits Trump MAGA with an anti-populist spending bill
Retired NYC sanitation worker makes $285K a year from pension That New York Post headline made many folks angry. Do garbage collectors get pensions worth more than they deserve? Are evil unions behind this? Or dopey Dems? Or a PC still running only DOS? To illustrate their point, the newspaper published a photo, sort of … Continue reading N Y Post can’t stand fact that worker earned a big pension while pub’s boss is worth $15,700,000,000
Washington Post writers and reporters began the New Year with a major problem: their owner was offering a lump sum $12 a week raise in the first year of a new contract, and $8 a week in the second year. Plus, unlike the New York Times staff, they had to pay for their own coffee. … Continue reading Richest man in world ($115,000,000,000) offers only $8 a week raise to some of America’s top journalists, meanwhile spending $42,000,000 for a cuckoo clock