How GOOGLE misleads you to suck out your cash to their advertisers – it’s time for federal investigation!
If you own an auto in Pennsylvania, once a year you must pay PennDOT to renew your vehicle registration. This fee jumped from $37 last year to $42 this year, but Google and the state share a dirty little secret that can hike your price even higher – to $55.25.
It’s called bait and switch. What you see is not what you get. And it works in this case because the state approves the misdirection and is part of the scheme.
First, you need to realize that PennDOT – although staffed with smoldering asphalt clumps that are unable to adequately repair roads or plan highways – does host a very efficient and easy to use website. You can do nearly everything but wash your car, using handy tools and credit card payments for state auto services. The site also allows you to print documents on the spot.
That’s the good news.
The bad news is what happened when I decided to register my Lamborghini Aventador S (nickname for my 2004 Hyundai Elantra). I went to Google and typed simply: renew pa auto registration. Continue reading →
Lies about “repatriation” from the media and elites. Most of the targeted cash is already in U.S. banks.
Stagnant wages. Windfalls for the politically connected. A new tax plan primarily for the rich.
Just 13 years have passed since the 2004 tax repatriation holiday, which created nearly no new jobs for American workers, but was instead used almost entirely by multinationals for stock dividends and buybacks. Many corporate execs and shareholders became instantly rich from this tax holiday, while workers’ wages were stagnant.
The GOP’s new plan is more of the same for one simple reason:
That $2.6 trillion, which every politician and media pundit loves to cite as a boon to America, cannot come back to the United states, because the vast majority of the money is already here.
This cash is invested in U.S. Treasury notes, U.S. agency securities, U.S. mortgage backed securities, or U.S. dollar-denominated corporate notes and bonds. And no corporate income tax has been levied on these trillions of dollars. Continue reading →