• A rose colored view

    So I  just finished reading the actual filing for Cohen’s sentencing. And boy is it damming. In my opinion this is a must read, in order to fully understand the ramifications he’s faced with. Cohen Sentencing Memorandum Moreover, it paints a picture of the complicity of  “individual-1” an unindicted co-conspirator aka Donald J.Trump. What is more, is that by the President’s own admission – “Cohen, did me a favor“-  through this filing, we now know exactly what that favor was. The argument of indicting a sitting President rest solely on the technicalities of “collusion” not being a crime. Therefore, the SDNY has […]

  • Reflections of an American Society

    True Story: So I’m at a networking event the other day. C-Level execs only. I wait my time to meet the featured speaker. Prominent political socialite. A who’s who in this town. Me: Great pleasure to meet you Sir, as a fellow immigrant I valued your story. I’m also pleased to hear of your commitment and involvement in local politics. (Typical conversation. Until the smart-ass in me, wants to challenge him… I decided to ask a question earlier but was not surprised he took some softballs from the crowd. So, I decided to be a gentlemen about it and ask […]

  • The great American Shipwreck

    November 7, 2016 a day that will live in infamy….. I have to admit, although I didn’t support either candidate, I secretly wanted a Trump win. Careful what you wish for currently echoes in my mind. First and foremost big thank you to the DNC, especially Debbie Wassermann-Schultz and her team for the bias and abuse of power displayed against the only chance America had against a Trump presidency. Thank you to the Clinton’s for once again putting their selfish greed above the greater good of society. Thank you to all of those who perpetuated the malfeasance against Sen. Sanders. […]

  • Financial Security for All — Yes, we can afford it!

    One of the main arguments made against keeping alive our welfare programs, and also against creating such wonderful things as job creation programs (like under FDR) and a universal basic income (UBI), is the claim that our government doesn’t have enough money to pay for them, or that to pay for them, the government would have to steal from hard-working people by raising their taxes. This is a very popular argument a lot of people firmly believe in. It is also completely and utterly wrong! I have long wanted to show this in a simple way. The most simple way I […]

  • The GOP’s Christmas Gift to the Billionaires

    We hear a lot of talk about the GOP Tax “Reform.” Talk is cheap, though. Let’s take a look at the facts on the ground. According to the politically neutral Tax Policy Center’s analysis, the top 1% of earners would receive about 80% of the tax benefit. That’s pretty grim and leads me to ask: who is financially struggling in our country? Is it the 1%? 


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