When nearly everyone, left and right, the rich, politicians, pundits and scholars, all agree on a public policy - we are in trouble! Nowhere is this more true than in the struggle to control immigration, legal or not. The almost universal message is that more population is always better, less is quite unfair, and even … Continue reading Elitist Koch conservative groups pushing for more immigration – what easier way to lower Americans’ wages and benefits?
Brothers of a feather, Charles and David Koch, are once again spreading their wings, not in some benevolent embrace to aid their 120,000 workers worldwide, but instead to hover over the 2018 Congressional election and elect stooges who have pledged to kiss their bony talons. That may seem a bit harsh. It's not fashionable to … Continue reading Ask the Kochs, they’ll say you can’t buy happiness, but there’s a price to buy politicians in both parties
The average American could care less who is the President or which party has control of Congress, but everyone who watches the news is confused about what Donald Trump really believes. The only sure and consistent Trump initiative has been the 2018 Budget to cut taxes for big corporations - dropping their income tax support … Continue reading Trump keeps his enemies close, friends distant – the result confuses everyone, including his base voters
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
Mighty Mite Romney is using robo-calls to urge voters in four states to support Marco Rubio in today's GOP primaries. Also, in one state he urges support of John Kasich, as well as Rubio. In all calls he disparages Donald Trump, and doesn't mention second-place Ted Cruz. To the untrained eye (or ear?) this is … Continue reading Kochs paid Romney; now he pushes Rubio/Kasich